Cathedral Made from 55,000 LED Lights

January 31st, 2012





Wherever art meets architecture there’s something interesting bound to happen. In this case, a structure much like a cathedral was created for the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. The structure is about 90 feet tall and composed of 55,000 LEDs.

Found via Colossal

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  1. Volmas says:

    I live there. It was very nice. A must see in one of the most beautiful cities of Belgium, if not the most beautiful.

  2. Add this site to the G +. I’d like to share posts.

  3. The proposed project surely doesn’t cost much because of the LED lights used to this project . In Makati, Philippines a designer used 2.3million LED lights that were used to light streets in Makati, Philippines. the government saves electricity and the project really doesn’t cost much . in this way people passing by the designed street were in awe to sea beautiful white christmas

  4. Just an amazing project.

    I am from Valencia, and they make similiar ones during fallas… it is incredible when they switch them on.


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