Lotus

 

The idea of a giant Lotus powered by solar energy was developed as part of a scenario to raise awareness on issues related to renewable energies.

First public release

 

The SPOT collective has been invited to present a work, symbol of the energy transition, at the Geneva Lux Festival from January 21 to February 6, 2022. A metallic sculpture composed of geometric shapes and mirrors, the Lotus spans four meters in diameter in the Kiosk of the English Garden during the Geneva Lux Festival.

First public release

 

The SPOT collective has been invited to present a work, symbol of the energy transition, at the Geneva Lux Festival from January 21 to February 6, 2022. A metallic sculpture composed of geometric shapes and mirrors, the Lotus spans four meters in diameter in the Kiosk of the English Garden during the Geneva Lux Festival.

SPOT-Lotus-GVA-Lux-Olivier-Pasqual-2022

Making the Lotus

 

The Lotus has been the result of a team work described in the video below.

Design

 

This Lotus is made by Alex Burdin-François, designer at GarageCube Hardware. Alex is working with musician Presia on the interplay between light and sound.

Alex Burdin - Garage Cube
Alex Burdin - Garage Cube
SPOT - Lotus - Alex Burdin
Alex Burdin - Garage Cube

Energy

 

In this first symbolic step towards the energy transition and the use of renewable energies, upcycled batteries designed by John Baillie of Belair Technology will be integrated for the storage of electricity which will be supplied by the grid.

John Baillie - Belair Technology
John Baillie - Belair Technology

Partners

Ville de Genève
Garage Cube
MadMapper
Belair Technology
Ville de Genève
Garage Cube
MadMapper
Belair Technology

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