Solarium has been building out a brand new room for its upcoming Solarium Augusti event, but now they’ve unveiled a brand-new solarium.

Solarium says the new room is going to be built out of recycled glass, and that it’s “going to be beautiful and feel like a space,” and it’s also going to have a lot of LED lights.

The company is offering a $500,000 prize for the room, which is going on display in Austin for a few weeks starting April 19.

The new room will be open to the public, and it looks like it’ll be a pretty large space, as the company’s website explains.

The room will include a solarium stage, two LED lights, and a display that will “show the solarium in the natural light of our solarium room” (which is the only one available at the time of this writing).

It’ll be very different from the traditional solarium display that Solarium uses at their “SVN” event in Austin, which will feature the same three panels as Solariums SXSW 2017 showcase.

“The new Solarium SVA room will look and feel much more modern and inviting,” the company writes.

Solaris has said they want to “take the traditional way of displaying solariums and create a room where it’s easier to interact with it,” and that’s something the new solarium might be able to help with.

“Solarium is one of the few venues where people can come to a show, sit in the room with their friends, and interact with a real-time, interactive space,” Solarium said in a statement to Polygon.

“We’re going to bring this new Solaris SVA to SXSW in a unique, real-life environment where we’ll be showing the latest innovations in the solar energy industry.”

There’s a lot more to learn about Solarium and their upcoming “Augusti” show, and Solarium promises that they’ll be opening more panels throughout the year.

“Our goal is to make Augustis even more awesome than the last time around,” Solariks co-founder and CEO, Sam Gomberg, wrote in a blog post.

“SXSW will be the biggest show in the world, so we want to show the world what we’ve been working on.

We are so excited to share this show with all of you.”