SOFTlab, a New York-based design studio, recently took on the challenge of creating a piece to be featured in the Sonos Studio in Los Angeles. The only instruction for the project was to build an interactive structure that unifies light and sound. Custom designed from the bottom up, SOFTlab created an exceptional interactive installation that lets users and musicians participate in an active aural and visual piece of art. We learned about the preparation first-hand from SOFTlab founder, Michael Szivos, a few days before his flight to LA to install the piece to be on exhibit just a week later.
Originally posted on CoolHunting