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LV Durst Installation

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Photographs. 1133 Avenue of the Americas Lobby Final Selections.
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New York, New York

The LV Durst Installation was a further collaboration with the artist Leo Villareal and the interactive media engineering firm Parallel Development. ¬†CRAFT’s role in the project was to provide design engineering to the assembly of structural components that hold the LED lights and hardware that are suspended from the existing structure of the lobby of the Durst Building in Manhattan.

(Image Credit: Parallel Development / Leo Villareal)