Troika’s Digital Cloud

Don’t apply your wild imaginations after taking a look at this installed masterpiece. Rather give me some space to disclose and lend your ears here to listen quietly. Dubbed as Troika’s Cloud, this eye-catching accessory positioned at Heathrow Airport in London is stimulated by the concept of clouds metaphor that takes one to ethereal world as one flies high in the sky.

It presents the sharp contrast stuck between the tiring, chaotic airport practice, and the tranquil, glowing and airy world amidst the sky. Bespoken by the British Airways especially for their lately constructed luxury lounges, Troika art and design studio have implemented this five-meter huge digital figure. Artists’ involved giving shape to this concept includes Conny Freyer, Eva Rucki and Sebastien Noel. The ready magnum opus offers an unbeatable blend of perceptible flipping resonance between 4638 black and silver flip-dots, which enthrall one’s mind as they produce compelling waves across the facade of ‘Cloud’. Furthermore, the manifestation fills the activities with adjoining shades, and offers a flirting show. Jump further to enjoy its video:

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