Vedaport / Monolith

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The six meter tall Monolith – completed in spring 2014 – consists of 24 frameless screens, wrapped in translucent mirror panels. These panels render the Monolith almost invisible at first glance and enhance it. Displaying the time of the day, the Monolith also fulfills the function of a central clock tower. Monolith is part of the overall concept of Vedaport, also focusing on the core topics knowledge and education, which are communicated via handwritten historically important quotes.

The chalk and board aesthetics of this visual message contrasts with the Monolith’s architectural and geometric cleanliness. Frequency, creation-speed and variety of the content shown are based on the movement of the crowd within the lobby, cumulating in an abstract live visualization of tracking data.
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Credit: Garamantis GmbH


Concept and Idea: Horst Hörtner, Stefan Mittlböck-Jungwirth-Fohringer, Peter Freudling, Nicolas Naveau, Hideaki Ogawa
Project Management: Stefan Mittlböck-Jungwirth-Fohringer, Peter Freudling
Design: Stefan Mittlböck-Jungwirth-Fohringer, Peter Freudling, Nicolas Naveau
Tracking: Otto Naderer
Technische Umsetzung: Patrick Müller
Software: Marcus Dittebrand (Garamantis), Christian Fuchs (Garamantis)

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