A flying start: Airport installs media magic

18 : 07 : 2013 Clocks : Interactive Architecture : Multimedia Installation

Los Angeles – Interactive design studio Moment Factory has created and installed a multimedia system at the newly built Tom Bradley Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport.

The system features seven installations in total, including the Time Tower, a central digital clock inspired by clocks in European railway stations, and strip screens that react to the movement of passers-by.

‘The overall objective of the media installation is to enhance the passenger experience, to bring back the magic and romance of travel,’ says Sakchin Bessette, co-founder and creative director of Moment Factory.

This is a great example of architecture working with media installations to chime with the function of a building. For more on how media and architecture can work together, read our Portfolio feature on Jason Bruges Studio.

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