The Canadian study of architecture RAW recently presented Prismatic , installation of public art in Montreal starring 50 glass prisms capable of projecting C in different directions. The structures, scattered throughout the Place des Festivals, allow visitors to walk accompanied by flashes of light kaleidoscopic, with the effect that during the night, expresses its full potential by staining the clothes of passers-by. The prisms are made of panels laminated and enveloped by a dichroic pellicle, transmit and reflect any color in the visible spectrum. At the base of the structure on which are mounted, projectors create a continuous play of light and reflections.
This installation has been rewarded for its originality by several international juries in the fifth annual competition Luminothérapie, an event that takes place from December 10 to February 2, 2015.