Attributed to Horace-Bénédict de Saussure and Alexander von Humboldt, the cyanometer is an instrument for measuring sky intensity. This nebometer (from nebo, the Ukrainian word for sky) includes a spectrum of hues sampled from depictions of Ukrainian skies as painted, rendered, or photographed by 22 artists.
The nebometer is waterproof, printed on styrene in an edition of 100. Each print includes one nebometer and numbered protective sleeve. Nebometers are available exclusively from New York Review of Architecture (NYRA) Editions here.
Proceeds benefit the Kharkiv School of Architecture, a university establishing new standards for architectural education in Ukraine.