Lighting Design

Stockholm Exhibition

Svenskt Tenn

14 Jun 2013

Svenskt Tenn was founded in 1924 by Estrid Ericson. Together with well-known Austrian architect Josef Frank, Svenskt Tenn quickly gained recognition as an established brand of quality, timeless design and excellence. The cooperation between Estrid Ericson and Josef Frank remained not only lifelong but also one of Swedish design history’s most interesting partnerships. Josef Frank’s

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Museum Berggruen

Lichtvision Design & Engineering GmbH

13 Jun 2013

Since 1996 the Museum Berggruen resides in Berlin opposite the Charlottenburg Palace in a neoclassical building, designed by the Prussian architect and builder Friedrich August Stüler. As more exhibition space was required, the museum has expanded to the neighbouring building, which once served as the commandant's quarters for the Prussian military. The new architectural element, the 22

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The "Mathematisch-Physikalischer Salon" in the Dresden Zwinger

Lichtvision Design & Engineering GmbH

13 Jun 2013

Ever since the opening of the Dresden "Zwinger" in 1728, the "Mathematisch-Physikalischer Salon" has been the key feature in this iconic architectural ensemble. It houses one of the oldest 'History of Science Collections', which presents itself after an extensive refurbishment in a brand-new light and with exhibition space almost doubled. Artificial lighting and day lighting are specifically

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Burlington Arcade

Speirs + Major

13 Jun 2013

Burlington Arcade is a Grade II listed shopping mall dating back to 1819. The lighting brief aimed to raise the arcade’s profile as a tourist destination by sensitively restoring the appearance of the arcade as well as providing infrastructure to support events. The high profile of the Arcade attracted a lot of media attention and resulted in a challenging planning process; this, coupled

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Victoria & Albert Museum, Gallery 40

6a architects

13 Jun 2013

The fashion galleries at the Victoria and Albert Museum have been extensively refurbished by 6a architects and will house the museum’s fashion collection and temporary exhibitions for the next decade. Gallery 40, or the Octagon Court, is one of the largest and most architecturally distinctive interior spaces at the V&A. It was built in 1909 by architect Aston Webb and is based on an

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