• Rain Room by Random International
  • Posted 24 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 12106 Views
  • If there's one thing England is known for it's the terrible weather, so it's rather fitting that The Barbican have just unveiled the Rain Room installation in The Curve space. The intriguing commission was produced by contemporary art studio Random International and allows visitors to walk through it while staying entirely dry. As you enter, 3D depth cameras pick up on your presence and turn off the water jets above your head as you move through the 100 sqm space.

    This is certainly one of the most interesting installations to have arrived at The Barbican and, as well as being free, it's on for a whole five months so you have no excuse not to make it down if you're in the area.

    Images: Felix Clay/Oli Scarff

    Barbican Centre
    Silk Street
    EC2Y 8DS


    • Love this. I intend to take my headphones in and listen to something romantic whilst I'm there.
    • Oliver Weather Posted 24 months ago · 4 Reply
    • my girlfriend suggested this to me last week, think we're going this weekend, woo
    • AdamHowardCross Posted 24 months ago · 8 Reply
    • i hope this comes to toronto
    • page Posted 24 months ago · 12 Reply
    • I`d rather experience the opposite, where it only rains where you stand.
    • k lol Posted 24 months ago · 15 Reply
  • Lacoste Essential Design Collection
  • 24 months ago · style · 0 Comments · 3667 Views
  • To bring in Autumn/Winter 2012, iconic French label Lacoste have released a collection of classic footwear named "Lacoste Essential Design" (LED) which fuses the essence of the brand with purity and simplicity of design. Inspired by legendary designers such as Eames, Jacobsen, Charlotte...
  • Submission Sunday
  • 24 months ago · Art & Design · 4 Comments · 6053 Views
  • To mix things up a little bit this Sunday, we decided to let our Facebook fans pick the winner by voting for their favourite submission through the "Like" function. The person with the most "Likes" at the of the day was Johannes Böttge, a photographer currently living and working...