Re-review of the Luminarium Luminimax.

This is a re-review of the Luminarium as I have made one before and after reading it, it did not say what I wanted it to say so I’m making a another review for it.

This is a re-review of the Luminarium as I have made one before and after reading it, it did not say what I wanted it to say so I’m making a another review for it.

A luminarium is a huge inflatable, pneumatic walkable sculpture made by Architects of Air a Nottingham based art and design company that have been around since 1992, they are inspired by the beauty of natural geometry forms, geometric solids, Islamic and gothic architecture and by sacred architecture they have enchanted millions of visitors around the world. 

They make them from brightly coloured PVC of red, green, yellow and blue The colours inside Luminimax are bright due to the suns light shining onto the PVC filling the inside with colours making it look very pretty.

They recycle the older illuminariums every 4 years to re-make new designs.

I’ve been visiting the different Luminariums that are exhibited at Lakeside Arts for a few years and I always forget how amazing and big they are when you’re inside with the colours and the ambient music playing it’s a magical experience.

You should take your time and walk slowly when you are inside them and you can sit or lie down to absorb the ambience and the colours.

It was a very good day,  the sun was shining so the colours were bright and bold, but it did make it very hot inside the illuminarium and with lots of people it was very loud and everyone was running around everywhere which I didn’t like very much, but if you try and forget every one else you get to enjoy every thing about this amazing walkable sculpture.

I enjoyed the colours and music playing and the shapes all over the walls and top of them with every thing going on with the colours all over I love it and hope you all can see that from the review.

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2 Comments

  • Ren Whaley

    On 6 July 2024, 12:50 Ren Whaley commented:

    The photographs are incredibly well done, I wish there was a bit more description about the domes and structure of it. It was a nice review overall the photos were great, a little more description could be used.

  • Lee Bee

    On 14 July 2024, 17:07 Lee Bee commented:

    Wow!! That looks so cool, love the photos…

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