It was a night of firsts at the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architecture (AIA) with the recent opening of Visual Echo, an interactive light installation created by Jason Bruges Studio that “echoes” the colors around it and displays them via colored LED tiles. Visual Echo is the first AIA exhibit of 2007 and also the first lighting installation featured at the Institute. Bruges is a trained architect whose studio specializes in work that is interaction-based and offers a ...

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