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COEN! design agency | Red Wire

Lighting COEN! design agency | Red Wire

Red Wire is a sculpture, designed for the city of Eindhoven. COEN! designed this piece of art for ‘Woensel-West’. It connects this lively area with the rest of the city.

A red wire wriggles through metal rings in and out of the pavement, to end triumphant in the facade of the Woensel-West community centre. On the end of it, the electric wire is exposed. This exposed heart pulses light signals in the dark.

Location: Edisonstraat, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Designer: COEN! design agency | Coen van Ham
Material: Coated metal, stainless steel, neon light
Client: City of Eindhoven

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  • John van Dijk

    The first piece of art that reflected the ambition of Eindhoven to be the Dutch city of light. Still love it when I see it.

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