Perhaps you've heard of translucent concrete? Well, it's got nothing on Luccon, which genius architect Kengo Kuma (whom we just covered) is using in a spellbinding installation titled Con/Fiber.
Luccon is made of fiber optic strands called Eska which are embedded in layers, into blocks of concrete, like a lasagna. While the blocks have the strength and weight of concrete, the fiber optics transmit light through them:
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