Permanent light installation to celebrate the ten years of the TRIDEL waste-sorting center in Lausanne.
The installation is contextual, it is inspired by the architecture of the building and the idea of time and cycle. Day and night, the building sees a ballet of waste-trucks come up and down the ramp to drop the waste in the giant incinerator. Every time a truck comes in, one of the lamps becomes colored and turns around the building. At rush hours, the white installation becomes a moving rainbow.