Prism “A Room for London” Concept Plays With Light
The London Prism concept conceived for the “A Room for London” by atelier 37.2 architects shows a hotel room which is inspired by light. In fact the London Prism is based on Isaac Newton’s particle theory that tells us that white light is made by mixing a bunch of different colors. Therefore, the windows of the London Prism are made of colored glass panels of various lengths in order to match the wavelength of each color. Once you walk inside the London Prism you’ll notice there’s plenty of living space divided in three distinct areas: living area, bedroom area and the bathroom area. It’s also pretty clear there are no actual doors to separate these different spaces so we’re looking at a single room that uses various furniture pieces to separate each distinct area.