Kenno is a public artwork in a long pedestrian tunnel in Kaisaniemi, Helsinki. The work is made with handblown glass lenses. The pattern rises clear and orderly on the straight walls of the upper end of the tunnel towards the ceiling, where it begins to stretch and round as it follows the walls of the tunnel. Deeper in the tunnel, the pattern returns to order again.
Which kind of light sources and what other materials and equipment are used?
Leds, hand blown glass lenses, bespoke luminaires.