Albesila Luminarium by Architects of Air (UK)

A luminarium is a sculpture people enter to be moved to a sense of wonder at the beauty of light and colour. 

Part of SPILL Festival in Ipswich during October Half Term.

Through labyrinthine tunnels and cavernous domes, visitors move in a medium of saturated and subtle hues. Vivid reflections of liquid colour spill across the curved walls creating a world apart from the normal and everyday.

Albesila Luminarium takes its inspiration from Eggopolis, the luminarium that launched Architects of Air in 1992. It is a maze of 27 egg-shaped domes – some featuring Islamic ceiling patterns and some creating the trunk of a monumental tree.

The luminaria designed by company founder Alan Parkinson are inspired by natural forms, geometric solids, Islamic and Gothic architecture. Since 1992 over 3 million visitors across 5 continents have immersed themselves in the spectacular and luminous world of Architects of Air.

30 min slots available from 11:00 daily - please note tickets must be pre-booked.

Event name:
Albesila Luminarium by Architects of Air (UK)
Multiple prices - see website for further details.
Opening Hours:
One off