Around the Millstaetter lake in Austria stands a series of Lightsails. Created by Söhne & Partner Architekten
, in collaboration with Karl Sodek
, the sails are used as metaphors for lighthouses, guiding visitors through the various exhibitions. The light of the sails is converted from the light reflected from the Millstaetter lake. Not only do the bodies of the sails glow, but the tops also shine beacons of light similar to their more traditional counterparts. The colors of the sails also responds to temperature - becoming a warmer shade as the air grows cooler - and to company - glowing more vibrantly as the number of nearby visitors increases.
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