ICRAVE Unveils NYC's Largest Digital Art Sculpture at 21 West End Avenue

ICRAVE Unveils NYC's Largest Digital Art Sculpture at 21 West End Avenue

ICRAVE recently partnered with luxury developer The Dermot Company, art fabrication company UAP, and digital art specialist Niio to create New York City's largest freestanding digital art installation located inside new residential tower, 21 West End Avenue.

Bursting from the heart of 30,000 SF amenities space, Luci is the ICRAVE-designed, two-story, freestanding, digital art behemoth. Blurring the line between technology and craft, Luci is made from 60-foot long hand- polished stainless steel rails and a custom fabric mesh made from laser-cut resin tiles. Although the sculpture is a static object with a seemingly simple physical form, its projected artwork and unique twisting shape makes it a truly dynamic force in the space.

Photography: Courtesy of ICRAVE, by CREATION-1 / Jason Rampe

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