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Cones of Light Create Abstract Trees

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After teaming up with Nendo in 2014, COS, the high-end cousin of fast fashion brand H&M, has collaborated with Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto to stage an immersive installation called "Forest of Light."

Taking cues from the brand’s minimal, monotone collection, Fujimoto created a multisensory experience of light, sound and fog that interacts with visitors' movements. The mirrored walls create an infinite landscape of abstracted trees as the towering cones of light respond to movement and turn on and off, adding a dynamic layer of interaction to the space.

You can visit the installation at Cinema Arti in Milan through April 17, 2016. Find out more at Spoon & Tamago below!

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