ewo is in motion. We are connecting. With different people, new markets, other cultures. We willingly accept, endorse and support external influences since we believe that the answers to the requirements and challenges of our time can be found through such connections and dialogues. ewoLAB initiates projects with artists, designers and architects and in doing so deals with the subject of light on various levels.

Linda Jasmin Mayer

NOVEMBER 2015 LINDA JASMIN MAYER

Linda Jasmin Mayer

For our new ewoLAB project, the South Tyrolean artist Linda Jasmin Mayer is addressing the theme of light control and experimenting with possibilities from an artistic viewpoint.

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ECAL/University of art and design Lausanne

April 2011 ECAL LAUSANNE

ECAL/University of art and design Lausanne

The cooperation with ECAL/University of art and design in Lausanne is looking at new design approaches for public lighting that are made possible by the use of LED technology.

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TAGLIENTE

October 2010 TAGLIENTE

TAGLIENTE

"Tagliente" by Plasma Studio investigates the transition from vertical to horizontal axes in street lighting.

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THE ALPHABET

April 2010 THE ALPHABET

THE ALPHABET

"The Alphabet" is the name of the ewoLAB project that was initiated by cooperation with JDS Architects. It was the goal to find a lighting system that reacts both formally as well as technically to project requirements.

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UN CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE 2009

November 2009 CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE

UN CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE 2009

During the 2009 UN Climate Conference, ewo is presenting a CO2-neutral lighting system together with lighting designer Steven Scott and 3XN Architects.

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GOCCIA A GOCCIA

September 2009 GOCCIA A GOCCIA

GOCCIA A GOCCIA

At Transart 2009, the festival for contemporary culture in Bolzano, ewoLAB is showing Julian Koschwitz’s project "Goccia a Goccia". With an interactive lighting installation, the artist makes direct reference to the topic of limited resources.

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GRENZFALL

November 2003 GRENZFALL

GRENZFALL

The gleaming white light does not miss its effect. The forest of brightly-beaming uniformly-sized trees automatically draws the observer into its immediate neighbourhood. You would almost want to step right into this magical world. Almost: because the covers of the sculptures are made from barbed wire.

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