02 October 2012

Accoya wood art structure inspires the people of Istanbul

Accoya wood art structure inspires the people of Istanbul

Odeaubois and ACT Lighting created a unique structure called OVO, an art installation with sensory lighting and ascenography. The first installation was completed during Easter in Marmara Forum, Istanbul, Turkey. The Accoya wood was supplied by Van Steenberge in Belgium and the structure is made from 356 specific pieces that are invisibly bolted together to create a seamless structure.

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