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Rainbow Streetlights / Streetlights

Rainbow Streetlights
Rainbow Streetlights

Sunlight can be broken into different colors through a prism. The colors are usually called "spectrum" or "rainbow". Rainbow Streetlights is inspired by this beautiful physical phenomenon.
In the top part of the Streetlights have a triangular sink. When the sink is filled with water after the rain, the triangular sink will become Rainbow Streetlights allowing sunlight passing through to project a “rainbow” on the ground.
This design intends to encourage people to find, observe and create the beauty of nature in life.

University

Beihang University

Beihang University
Beijing, China

Yinshuai Zhang,
Tsinghua University

Shuai Chang,
Tsinghua University

Nanjin Chen,
Tsinghua University

Hansi Zhao,
Beijing University of Technology