The design had to work on two levels. A person who is on the podium needed to feel the connection to the façade, and a person in a car a long way away also needed to see the façade and observe some movement. Paz therefore decided to use a 3D effect to make the installation more alive. With the LEDs, she chose the simplest solution possible; instead of using different layers of glass with LEDs inside, there are a lot of nodes floating within a structure, and the ArchiPoints add the powerful brightness at the end of the show.
Arquileds played a key part in the project as there is no support for interactive technology in Peru, The company hires professionals from around the world, and it hired the entire team for the BCP Affinity project and took care of contacts and logistics. Arquileds also employed Nicholas Cheung from London to do the art direction.
- Photography: Paz & Cheung
- Drawings: Claudia Paz