# Lightbulbs from Architecture Book

#### Brief

Given 1, 10, 100, and 1000 lightbulbs, we were told to come up with a setups in a cubic space for all 4 scenarios.

##### 1 lightbulb

from Architecture: Form, Space and Order, chapter 4 page 180

With this diagram from the book, a layout i thought of was similar:

sketch of 1 lightbulb layout

Placing an upright lightbulb on the floor, people would encircle the bulb and look downwards to it. Giving it the idea of people looking down on small ideas, be it dim or bright.

##### 10 lightbulbs

taken from Architecture: Form, Space and Order book, chapter 4 page 214

Based on a clustered pattern, a similar layout is drawn out:

layout of 10 lightbulbs in cubic space

Clustered in mid-air at different lengths from the ceiling, the idea is to give people the chance to walk under the bulbs, as if the people are having ideas of their own.

##### 100 lightbulbs

taken from Architecture: Form, Space and Order book, chapter 7 page 339

Positioning objects under the structure of hierarchy by placement:

sketch of 100 lightbulbs layout

With 99 different lightbulbs lit around the 3 side walls, and ceiling, and 1 unlit lightbulb lying on the floor, it gives the idea of an overflow of ideas people give that diminishes the light of an idea from one person.

##### 1000 lightbulbs

taken from Architecture: Form, Space and Order book, chapter 2 page 48