This art installation by 1024 Architecture serves as an entrance hall and café for the art centre La Panacée in Montpellier. The structure features 24 lines of neon lighting along an open structure of oxidised metal and wood. This canopy which runs the full forty-metre length of the institution is covered with birch panels.
The series of luminous lines aren’t just a design feature, but creates the atmosphere of the space. These lights adapt to the rhythm and activities of the art centre, providing a luminous performance.
1024 Architecture partnered with Ciguë to provide the furniture. The Mullca 510 chair has been revamped by means of a leather seat and back, with an oxidised metallic frame to match the overhead structure.