Euclid - CODAworx

Client: Brookfield Properties

Location: Norwalk, CT, United States

Completion date: 2018

Artwork budget: $250,000

Project Team

Visionary, Electronics, Code, and Assembly

Jen Lewin

Jen Lewin Studio


SoNo Collection’s Southwest Plaza Entrance

Brookfield Properties


Inspiration for Euclid comes from the mesmerizing reflections of Australian tidal pools. Euclid presents an expansive landscape of mirrored glass platforms that reflects the sky by day and transforms with the setting sun into a fully interactive work that illuminates the paths of people walking across its surface. A highly-customized computer control system created from Lewin’s custom components triggers more than 20,000 interactive light-emitting diodes (LEDs) into an elaborate and engaging light show. Lewin’s Euclid is displayed on the ground level of The SoNo Collection’s Southwest Plaza Entrance.


Jen Lewin's goal for her artwork "Euclid" was to design an engaging and placemaking art piece for the entrance of the SoNo Collections Southwest Plaza. Lewins vision centered around crafting a captivating and interactive space that enhances the environment of the plaza. By implementing a ground-based piece, she aimed to achieve this objective, offering visitors a beautiful and interactive experience as they enter the area. This installation not only serves as an aesthetic enhancement but also invites active participation, making it a focal point of the plaza.