2017 Grand Prix Winner

PIXEL

Designer HIROTO YOSHIZOE

PIXEL is a device that lets you experience the existence of Light and Shadow with your full consciousness.

It uses a configuration of visors to create a range of Light and Shadow effects. Through repeated internal reflection, input images are averaged into square outputs. By converting Light and Shadow into a clear, sensible form, you can experience this beautiful fundamental phenomenon.

DESIGNER
HIROTO YOSHIZOE

Hiroto Yoshizoe graduated from Musashino Art University. Currently based in Tokyo working on art direction and design as a spatial designer for commercial facilities. He focuses on interpreting the ideas of change, movement and time in space to create designs from both modern and analogue approaches.

Mentor Snarkitecture

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