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Cal Poly Architecture & Environmental Design students have devised an interesting (and beautiful) way of exploring how texture and light create an affective environment in a room:

The Fog Bank is a Senior Thesis, designed by fifth year students Patrick Delorey and Keith Houchin for a class called Affective Environments, which is taught by Eric Nulman.

Utilizing plastic tubes and playing with light, the Fog Bank emulates the ethereal effects of real fog—without the moisture and potential car crashes.  The effect is quite magical, though it looks like it would take quite a while to set up:

This display was set up in the gallery of  Mark Horton Architecture, and shows a huge amount of creativity and potential not only for home lighting design, but also for restaurants and nightclubs.   

I wouldn’t mind having a Fog Bank in living room—just to sort of hide all of the beer cans, pizza boxes, and comic books . . .um . . .I mean tools.  Yeah, lots of tools.

by John Barker

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