Urban Alliance

Moodwall

The Moodwall is a 24-m-long interactive wall underneath a viaduct in Amsterdam neighbourhood Bijlmer, which has 2500 LEDs in different colours that respond to the movements of passers-by. The Moodwall does not just brighten up the subway, but also has a social function. Passers-by feel less unsafe and it will even lighten the mood of the bored youths who occasionally get up to no good.

Jasper Klinkhamer
The Moodwall does not just brighten up the subway, but also has a social function.

Olof Koekebakker

Committee

The Moodwall puts pedestrians in a pedestrian underpass in the Bijlmer at ease. The 24-meter long interactive wall consists of 2500 LEDs that respond to the movements of passers-by by producing various colour patterns. These patterns are also visible from an oblique angle, even from outside the tunnel. The vertical ribs make the wall graffiti-resistant.

Studio Urban Alliance
Ontwerper Jasper Klinkhamer (Studio Klink), Remco Wilcke (CUBE architects), Hans van Helden en Matthijs ten Berge (illuminate Outdoor Media) & Matthias Oostrik
Opdrachtgever Projectbureau Vernieuwing Bijlmermeer
Website www.urbanalliance.nl