The project is a whimsical creation which is a joy to behold. The light installation utilises nearly two million light bulbs covering an area of approximately 6,300 sqm, and is located at the International Horticultural Exposition Royal Flora Ratchaphruek 2011 at the Royal Rajapruek, Chiang Mai.

The design divides into five chapters:

“Bloom Field” contains several lotus sculptures that create a welcoming atmosphere at the entrance.

“Star Marine” features a flock of butterflies which plume to the music within the field of light with a moving hand conceived as a self-propelling interaction.

“Black Light Field” is composed of a hundred fluorescent painted flowers that glow during the night.

“Anodard Lake”, named after Buddhist mythology, features a collection of light sculptures which jump to the music against the backdrop of a peaceful lake.

“Twilight Field” consists of a lane bordered by two lines of local rattan lamps.

The project may give the impression of consuming a large quantity of electricity, which at first thought seemes to be an immense wastage, however this is not so, as a group of “solar cell” flowers collect energy during the day to power the lights at night, the project thereby proving to be sustainable.