LICHTGRENZE wins multiple awards
We are happy to announce that our LICHTGRENZE project won one GOLD and two BRONZE Awards at the Cannes Lions 2015. It has also received 8 «nails» at the ADC Award 2015 including 5 in gold, one silver, one bronze and the overall Grand Prix. As well as a graphite (silver) pencil at the D&AD Awards in London.
The brothers Christopher Bauder and Marc Bauder conceived the idea of the LICHTGRENZE in 2011, supported by the Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft e.V. and developed with the help of Kulturprojekte Berlin. The LICHTGRENZE is part of the anniversary celebrations that were organised by Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH as part of an initiative from the city of Berlin.
All 8000 balloon lights were designed, engineered and produced by WHITEvoid.
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Photo by Neil Walton
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Photos by Ralph Larmann
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