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Binary Spectrum by Dubbeldam

The latest evidence of the Kitchener–Waterloo region’s ongoing tech boom takes the form of a permanent art installation in one of its newest office buildings. Looking to build on the region’s momentum, Perimeter Development Corporation recently commissioned Toronto’s Dubbeldam Architecture + Design to bring something “funky, dynamic and bold” to the lobby of 345 King West.

Binary Spectrum by Dubbeldam


The studio responded with Binary Spectrum, a cloud-like mass of colourful acrylic discs that stream down like binary code. While the futuristic showpiece was initially developed using parametric digital modelling tools, the physical outcome also harks back to Kitchener’s roots as a manufacturing town by tapping into custom fabrication.

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A Technicolour Cloud Marks Kitchener-Waterloo Tech Boom

Dubbeldam created the shape-shifting art installation Binary Spectrum for Perimeter Development Corporation’s new office lobby.

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