Giant Crystal Made Of Paper Broadcasts London’s Real Time Urban Data

Giant Crystal Made Of Paper Broadcasts London’s Real Time Urban Data
technology

The PRISM installation invites guests to the very top of the Victoria and Albert Museum, offering weather updates and market prices as well as physical views of London.

Karen Summerson
  • 20 september 2012

In honor of the London Design Festival this year, the Victoria & Albert Museum of Design invited guests to explore parts of the building that aren’t on view to the public. Guests are led through a gallery to a steep spiral staircase that leads them into the top of the museum, where the cupola holds a stalagtite-esque piece created by artist and filmmaker, Keiichi Matsuda.

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