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Una nube flotando en tu habitación. Suena fascinante, ¿verdad? El artista holandés Berndnau Smilde sabe cómo hacerlo. Por tan sólo unos minutos logra hacer aparecer una pequeña nube perfecta que flota al alcance de la mano. Desde 2010 lleva perfeccionando el arte de hacer nubes con su proyecto fotográfico Nimbus. La nube no siempre aparece con facilidad: la temperatura del aire, la humedad y la luz tienen que ser las adecudas para que surja este momento mágico. Pero cuando lo logra el efecto es bellísimo. La revista Time rendida ante la idea, la ha incluido en su lista de “Best Inventions of the Year 2012”.

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¿Te apetece un poco de lluvia? La instalación Rain Room (2012) de Random International acampada los meses de mayo y julio en el Moma ha sido la sensación del verano en Nueva York. Largas colas aguardaban cada mañana en la entrada del museo para vivir la experiencia. Tres horas como mínimo eran necesarias para caminar debajo de la lluvia sin mojarse. Un interesante experimento que nos permite controlar la lluvia e invita a reflexionar a cerca del diálogo y la interacción del hombre con la naturaleza.

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Con una aproximación parecida pero a pequeña escala y un enfoque totalemente doméstico, el diseñador alemán Viktor Alexander Kolbig ha creado Aura. Esta lámpara ofrece una experiencia absolutamente poética: la luz cambia de color y se enciende y se apaga tocando los pétalos o las ramas de la flor que la contiene.

A cloud floating in your room. Sounds fascinating, isn’t it? Dutch artist Berndnau Smilde knows how to do it. Just for a couple of minutes he makes appear indoors the perfect cloud floating close to his hand. From 2010, he has been improving the art of making clouds for his photographic project Nimbus. It’s not always easy: air’s temperature, humidity and light must be the right ones to make that magic moment happen. But when he does it well, the effect is beautifully stunning. TIME Magazine loved so much the idea that included it in their list of “Best Inventions of the Year 2012”.

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¿Would you like a little bit of rain? Random International  Rain Room (2012) installation placed at Moma during May and July has been the summer’s big thing in New York. Each morning the museum woke up with an endless line to live the experience. It took three hours to walk through rain without getting wet. An interesting experiment that let visitors to control the rain and invites to think about the dialogue and interaction between men and nature.

La naturaleza en nuestras manos | preventi

With a similar point of view but in a small scale and a more domestic approach was conceived  Aura, the experiment of German designer Viktor Alexander Kolbig. The amazing lamp offers a poetic user experience: light changes color and turns off just by touching the petals or leaves of the plant.

A cloud floating in your room. Sounds fascinating, isn’t it? Dutch artist Berndnau Smilde knows how to do it. Just for a couple of minutes he makes appear indoors the perfect cloud floating close to his hand. From 2010, he has been improving the art of making clouds for his photographic project Nimbus. It’s not always easy: air’s temperature, humidity and light must be the right ones to make that magic moment happen. But when he does it well, the effect is beautifully stunning. TIME Magazine loved so much the idea that included it in their list of “Best Inventions of the Year 2012”.

La naturaleza en nuestras manos | preventi

¿Would you like a little bit of rain? Random International Rain Room (2012) installation placed at Moma during May and July has been the summer’s big thing in New York. Each morning the museum woke up with an endless line to live the experience. It took three hours to walk through rain without getting wet. An interesting experiment that let visitors to control the rain and invites to think about the dialogue and interaction between men and nature.

La naturaleza en nuestras manos | preventi

With a similar point of view but in a small scale and a more domestic approach was conceived Aura, the experiment of German designer Viktor Alexander Kolbig. The amazing lamp offers a poetic user experience: light changes color and turns off just by touching the petals or leaves of the plant.

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