Graphic Lights

Graphic Lights - Honolulu, Hawaii

Graphic Lights – Honolulu, Hawaii

I featured this graphic architectural image in the February 2022 issue of my free newsletter. It was for an article that highlighted the work of photographer and entrepreneur Ming Thein. I picked it because it had passing resemblance to Ming’s style.

The photo appears here because it fits with the current theme of architectural observations. Further proof that modern doesn’t have to be generic. Take a look at these lights in the lobby of the Sheraton.

These sculptural lights are clearly textural. Randomly placed not to be monotonous. I picked on the Sheraton two days ago for their generic conference center. Yet, this is from the same property. These circular designs complement the circular room. And these repeating curved references are echoed in the sweep of the porte-cochere. Yes, modern can be good. If care is taken not to default to generic designs.

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