Lighting Design

Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport

Speirs + Major

21 Aug 2014

Following a remarkably rapid three year construction phase, the stunning new Shenzhen airport terminal, designed by Studio Fuksas, opened in November 2013. Speirs + Major were approached during this time to design the light for the public areas in the space. The lighting design of the interior is as carefully considered as the exterior is innovative, reflecting a deep understanding of the

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Kings Cross Square

StudioFRACTAL

21 Aug 2014

Kings Cross Square, which was officially opened in 2013 by the Mayor of London, is already proving a popular daytime and night-time public space with over 140,000 people using it daily. Part of the £550 million redevelopment of Kings Cross, Stanton Williams' well considered scheme reveals the brick façade of Lewis Cubitt's 1852 railway station behind a generous 75,000 sq. ft

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Breaking Wave

Nulty+

07 Jul 2014

Breaking Wave is an innovative lighting installation designed by Paul Nulty Lighting Design which takes centre-stage in John Lewis's new 92,000 sq ft store in York. Comprised of a series of low-energy fluorescent lamps, Breaking Wave hangs suspended from the soffit to create a lighting showpiece; a trend that is being replicated across retail thanks to its original design and aesthetic. Hanging

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Lamped 2 Oled Lamp

Dsignedby

01 May 2014

'Lamped 2' is a modular, multi-functional, linear, sustainable, long term lamp. It uses OLED light sources, or organic light emitting diodes, the new lighting technology with intrinsic advantages such as transparency, flexibility, thinness, large luminous surface as well as the less sharp given shades.  The lamps' joints and foot are made out of moulded steel while the masks of the OLED

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Notre Dame

Philips

21 Mar 2014

Philips, a global leader in lighting, has illuminated the world-famous Notre Dame cathedral in Paris with LEDs, lighting up the Gothic masterpiece's features with more than 400 luminaires. The chosen luminaires - with an installed capacity of just 30 kW as opposed to the former 140 kW bulbs - will reduce energy consumption by up to 80%. 21st century LED technology now highlights the 13th century

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