Honoring the world’s best architecture in various categories, the Architizer A+ Awards look to innovative designs that are forward-thinking and push new boundaries. A number of the designs in the categories of Architecture +Art and +Light feature interactive installations that engage with their surroundings and the public. In the +Light category, there is the Rising Moon pavilion by firm Daydreamers Design in Hong Kong, which is constructed from recycled plastic bottles that light up to create a synthetic moon. The Cooper Joseph Studio unveiled Starlight, a site-specific light installation in the Museum of the City of New York. The Hylozoic Series by Philip Beesley Architect in Toronto, and the Lotus Dome by Studio Roosegaarde in Amsterdam are featured in the +Art category, and are strongly influenced by their surroundings, narrowing the gap between architecture and art. To see more of the entries head over here.