Two stunning new light displays have arrived in the city

The city’s east end is home to a stunning new light display – A collaboration between award-winning design studio, Atelier Sisu and the City of Adelaide.

Adelaide’s east and west ends are now home to a stunning new light display set up by award-winning design studio, Atelier Sisu for the festive season.

The two installations are part of a series of Christmas lights displayed across the CBD from the City of Adelaide, lighting up Vaughan Place and Peel Street.

They feature 40 vivid colour spheres that change colour with the sun in the day and lighting up at night as a vibrant display of colour.

The Bubble Bauble Canopies are laneway projects from the design company in collaboration with the city council as part of the 2021 Lighting Lanes Project.

Atelier Sisu is a Sydney-based design studio lead by award-winning artists Renzo B. Larriviere and Zara Pasfield, who work on creating experiential environments, installations and sculptures across the country. 

With an interest in the collaboration of art and architecture, their work is described as being within the unique medium of ‘art-chitecture’, with public art their strongest focus.

Endeavouring to be visually engaging and intellectually elegant in nature, this latest project sees around seventy large sized baubles, suspended above the lane that reflects the different light through the changing times in the day.

At night, the full-scope of the installations are revealed, with the set up providing a dazzling display for onlookers, creating that fabulous festive feel.

Lighting up the city until January 2nd, these stunning light shows are not to be missed this Christmas, so make sure to plan a trip in for these captivating displays.

Find them at Vaughan Place (off Rundle Street) in the east end, and Peel Street (off Hindley Street) on the west side.

Check out the Atelier Sisu Instagram page for more of their stunning work, and head to the City of Adelaide website to discover their full 2021 Christmas line-up.

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