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    Art project “RAIN”, NoMa Parks Foundation Washington D.C.

    By: Maramoja Projects BV 26-11-2018
    Material Round rod Ghost
    Maramoja Projects BV Maramoja Projects BV

    4,200 LED-powered light rods evoke the sensation of falling rain. Light rods will glow 24 hours a day and pulse in response to the traffic flow beneath the elevated railway. The artwork bathe the space in a soft white light and pulse in response to vehicular traffic in the underpass, giving the effect of a gentle rain shower. “Our tunnel proposal for NoMa does what all good urban parks do,” wrote the design team when the project was announced by the NoMa Parks Foundation. “It offers a moment of openness, a space to breathe, and a place where thoughts can drift away.”

    Client: NoMa Parks Foundation
    Design: Thurlow Small, Inc. / NIO architecten
    Contractor: M.C. Dean, Inc.
    Supply and engineering: Maramoja Projects BV
    Location: Washington D.C. M Street NE railway underpass
    Photography: Courtesy NoMa Parks Foundation/Sam Kittner Photographer

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