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Architectural surfaces can be transformed with minimal resources by breaking white light into its colours and redirecting them to walls, ceilings or floors. Reusing old CDs can be a sustainable option to manipulate light and enhance architectural surfaces with rainbow colours. Similar effects can be achieved with a wise use of lenses or prisms. As they manipulate existing light, these techniques are a green solution that can be adopted to lower electricity use, carbon emissions and operating costs, potentially reinforcing the sustainability of brands.

Manipulating light
with minimal resources
(2014)
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Light Manipulation