Lightning Benches by NunoErin




NunoErin, of thermosensitive furniture renown, have created a pair of interactive benches for the new Mississippi Children’s Museum.

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Made of translucent resin, sensors, and LEDs, the benches are part of an interactive installation that teaches children about electrical storms. According to NunoErin, “the Lighting Benches take us on a sensorial journey into the heart of an electrical storm. Each bench is portrayed as a bolt of lightning that strikes the ground with fractured yet symmetrical geometry.”


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“Below the translucent surface of each bench is a hidden network of sensors that detects electrical charges within the human body. As the electricity inside our body is sensed, the bench responds with sundry displays of flickering light.”


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“When the body interacts with the surface, it is followed by a trail of light that delights the senses and sparks the imagination.”

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