Oxford Street Christmas Lights 2018 design by 3DReid Architects shortlisted: RIBA Design Contest in Central London – Royal Institute of British Architects contest – Oxford Street Christmas Lights Design Competition news
Oxford Street Christmas Lights Competition: RIBA Design Contest in Central London, England, UK – Royal Institute of British Architects contest – Oxford Street Christmas Lights Design Competition news
After two years of work, Lightemotion, for GSM Project, has added another noteworthy project to its list with the lighting design for Gatineau’s Canadian Museum of History.
Spectacular public event celebrating 20th Anniversary of this iconic building by architect Frank Gehry. Reflections: free-admission spectacular projection mapping on shimmering exterior surfaces over 4 evenings.
Lighting shouldn’t be an after-thought. Good architects should take every element into consideration when working on their designs. Early involvement by a lighting designer, prior to planning, will make a fundamental difference to the architecture – it can even provide inspiration.
A key feature of LUX WALKER by Tenebris Lab, is that it enables multiple people to walk through and interact with each other in the same space, from anywhere in the world. Users are fully immersed in a 3D true-to-life-scale project
Lighting in a garden can make a great impact, but there are several common errors to avoid. First and foremost, a little goes a long way. You can light a large garden with just a few watts.
The main living space has many uses, including reading, watching TV and if your home is open plan, dining too. These all require different lighting requirements and should be discussed at the design stage of a new project or refurbishment.
Lighting a smart city is not just about having LED street lights. It’s far more than that. Getting the lighting right for a smart city or even an urban area needs careful planning and several important considerations need to be taken into account.
Artist Andy Scott’s 300-tonne Kelpie horse heads, The Kelpies, are the world’s largest pair of equine sculptures. The Queen has opened Scotland’s newest section of canal, part of the £43m Helix project near Falkirk.
Lightemotion is excited to announce the completion of the lighting design for 180 Wellington, one of the first illumination projects to be executed within the Master Plan for the Parliamentary Precinct.
Design: Margot Krasojević Architects
The LED light consists of a 3d printed net whose recycled polymer geometry is elastic yet strong enough to stretch and reform when subjected to tremors and shifting changes in it’s immediate environment.
The Jonathan Speirs Scholarship Fund supports students of architecture who are interested in developing a career in architectural lighting design. The Trustees announce two winners of the 2016/17 award.
Real-time VR solutions are becoming increasingly popular for the presentation of complex designs and spatial data. What sets them apart from traditional forms of presentation is that they give the user virtually complete freedom to move around the design.