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    Van Gogh-Roosegaarde bicycle path

    By studio roosegaarde
    Nov 22, '14 8:21 AM EST

    The Van Gogh-Roosegaarde bicycle path is made of thousands glowing stones inspired by 'Starry Night'. 

    It charges at daytime and gives light at night. The path combines innovation with cultural heritage in the city of Nuenen NL, the place where Van Gogh lived in 1883.

    This is the second Smart Highway Project which are interactive and sustainable roads of tomorrow by designer Daan Roosegaarde and Heijmans Infrastructure. The goal is to make smart roads by using light, energy and road signs that interact with the traffic situation. 

    Glowing van Gogh-Roosegaarde bicycle path

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I'm an Arts and Media management student who prefers big, illuminate and slightly bizarre art & architecture. I believe in art and social media as an original way of communicating. Currently I'm an intern at social design lab Studio Roosegaarde and I would like to blog about my activities here, the people I meet and art and architecture I like. For architects it could be interesting to see everything of an young, innovative, arty perspective.

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