Lithocrete rainbow leads to the treasure of knowledge

The theme of light inspired a new glistening rainbow outside the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Familiar with the design possibilities of Lithocrete, the artist, Laura Haddad of Seattle Washington, designed a 250 feet long and two feet wide Lithocrete rainbow. Using the colors of the rainbow each color blended into the next creating the desired spectrum. The plaza has an artistic prism display along with the rainbow and a large piece of pyrite at the end of the rainbow to complete the light theme. Kids can now follow the rainbow all the way to the great treasures they will find at the museum.

The rainbow ends at the museum in a plaza of light with a giant piece of pyrite at the end of the rainbow
The rainbow ends at the museum in a plaza of light with a giant piece of pyrite at the end of the rainbow

Lithocrete Rainbow

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