Was commissioned by Daniel Borel, CEO of Logitech, to commemorate the 40 years of his company in Lausanne Switzerland.
The sculpture which sits on coasters enables it to rotate and be admired from all 4 sides.
It contains 110 special famous Logitech components which I had to chop up and adjust to fit together somehow and still stay recognizable.
It was a real challenge to fit so many parts in such a small space together with the Morgan ball run 😉
Somewhere there’s a Logitech speaker which can play audio from an Mp3 player.
This sculpture has just glowing lights but as soon as a spectator approaches it will fire-up in all its beauty.
Permanently standing in the Logitech building 28. EPFL. Lausanne.
A universal power supply gives out 12 volts to the 5 motors and 3 independent LED rgb strips. 2 meters high, 90 KG.