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Posts tagged 'Lighting'

Urban Sun installation claims to ‘clean’ public spaces of coronavirus

Aimed at enabling outdoor gatherings, the Studio Roosegaarde project cites scientific research into the sanitising effects of far-UVC light Words by Francesca Perry In the

Design

New launches from Stockholm Design Week and Furniture Fair

Minimalism reigns at the annual furniture and lighting fair in the Swedish capital In the face of a maximalist movement, the furniture and lighting fair

Design

Why LEDs are not our lighting saviour

The design possibilities are endless and the sustainability credentials impeccable, but they give our homes as much warmth as a hospital ward, argues Max Fraser

Design

Tom Dixon’s Mirror Ball Pendant light

  John Jervis looks at the design that propelled Tom Dixon to world domination – and earned him the grudging admiration of his peers Tom

Design

Light artist Leo Villareal on making London’s bridges sparkle during Illuminated River

Cosmos, Cornell University, Ithaca (2012) – a homage to the astronomer Carl Sagan London’s bridges set to light up as art project Illuminated River takes

Design

Shining the light on Scandinavian design

Bsweden balances Scandinavian craftsmanship and modernism Founded in 1993 by designer Gunnel Svensson, Bsweden is a Swedish lighting manufacturer which fuses functionality and the finest

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Cities switch on to a new era of smart lighting

Lighting companies are offering sophisticated systems that control outputs across large urban spaces. Could it transform the way we experience cities? Los Angeles Street Lighting.

Architecture

Challenging conventional lighting to bring the outside in

Light Cognitive’s systems’s are designed to mimic outdoor lighting Conventional indoor lighting may provide light that enables us to extend our days ways that were

Design

Bellhop: The pioneering battery-powered lamp by Barber & Osgerby

All photos: Germano Borrelli ‘There comes a point in the life of a product where technology makes things possible,’ says Edward Barber, one half of

Design

How to be creative: thinking sideways

Nulty lighting in ‘Graffiti Tunnel’ in Leake Street Arches, Waterloo Guest blog: Nulty‘s Daniel Blaker looks back at ways people have found to ‘think outside

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Design London makes LDF debut this September

Remote architecture in the Nordic wilderness

The founders of Milan digital gallery Vaspaar share how they bring the art of collecting to life

The story of Benjamin Hubert’s LAYER is told in a new monograph

On Helsinki’s archipelago Pekka Littow’s Majamaja eco cabins are inspired by the local architecture

Clerkenwell Design Week announces new partnership for scaled up return to EC1

In Memoriam: Balkrishna V. Doshi (1927- 2023)

Anglo-Dutch architecture firm Studio Woodroffe Papa completes mixed-use housing scheme in London

What the fight for inclusion needs in 2023

Architecture Icon: The Paimio Sanatorium and its humanistic approach to modernism


Architects

Remote architecture in the Nordic wilderness

On Helsinki’s archipelago Pekka Littow’s Majamaja eco cabins are inspired by the local architecture

In Memoriam: Balkrishna V. Doshi (1927- 2023)

Anglo-Dutch architecture firm Studio Woodroffe Papa completes mixed-use housing scheme in London

Architecture Icon: The Paimio Sanatorium and its humanistic approach to modernism

AD Architecture reimagines an art and exhibition venue in Shiyihe

Mobile Architectural Office unveils low-carbon building in Paris

Architecture firm Atelier L’Abri designs all-white house in Québec

Top 5 architectural hideaways from around the world


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The founders of Milan digital gallery Vaspaar share how they bring the art of collecting to life

The story of Benjamin Hubert’s LAYER is told in a new monograph

Clerkenwell Design Week announces new partnership for scaled up return to EC1

What the fight for inclusion needs in 2023

A short history of the Bubble Chair

Why brand space needs pace: what we can learn from the art of filmmaking

Yinka Ilori brings the feel-good factor back to London

From the Archive: A short history of Marcel Breuer’s Wassily chair

From the Archive: A short history of the Bauhaus


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ICON Minds: the future of the home

ICON Minds: the future of work

Sustainable design: Pentatonic x Snarkitecture talk recycled materials

Salone del Mobile: Tomas Alonso and Studio Brynjar & Veronika for Swarovski

New Nordic design

UK Construction Week

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Nendo’s Oki Sato

Keiichi Matsuda: Augmented Hyper-Reality