The Luminarie De Cagna is an magnificent cathedral-like structure that was recently on display at the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. The LED Cathedral was designed with Romanesque and Renaissance architecture in mind and at its zenith, it stands an impressive 28m high. Unsurprisingly, the cathedral has already been drawing large crowds to Belfortstraat like moths to a flame.The eye-catching structure will be a stand out in the town and is the work of Luminarie De Cagna, an Italian family business. During local festive occassions, the company would light up buildings with oil and carbide lamps, but most likely due to the high fire risk, this was soon switched to electric lights. Today, only LEDs are used for set pieces and they are joined together to make massive curtains of light that can be draped over buildings. This allows whole sections of the town to be lit up. you see this beautiful artwork and comments about this post. Enjoy!
Great Artwork Cathedral Made Thousands Leds
February 21st, 2012 Numan
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