Arts and Leisure

PROFOUND FEELINGS OF DISQUIET

Studio James Long

10 May 2011

26 International Artists Presented at the 2009 InLight Richmond For the 2009 InLight Richmond exhibition James Long selected an alleyway behind, The John Marshall, a derelict hotel in downtown Richmond, Virginia for his temporary lighting installation entitled Profound Feelings of Disquiet. The concept takes visitors through an interactive experience of constantly changing conditions with

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M√úNCHNER FREIHEIT SUBWAY STATION

Ingo Maurer GmbH

05 May 2011

Ingo Maurer transports commuters into a new world The remodelling work on one Munich‘s principal subway stations Münchner Freiheit is now complete. Ingo Maurer developed the lighting and colour concept in collaboration with Munich's municipal building administration division which was responsible for all architectural planning, project management and the realization of the

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LIGHT SHOWER

Bruce Munro Ltd.

20 Apr 2011

Bruce Munro created Light Shower for display within historic Salisbury Cathedral from November 2010 - February 2011. Light Shower is a lighting installation which was designed to be suspended from high within the spire crossing of the historic thirteenth century Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire, UK. It is made of 2,000 points of light, that hover like a luminescent cloud near the vaulting roof.

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BREAKING NEWS: TORD BOONTJE

WAN Editorial

20 Apr 2011

Tord Boontje joins the elite panel of international judges for the WAN Interiors + Design Lighting Awards 2011. Born in Enschede, Netherlands in 1968. Tord first studied industrial design at the Design Academy in Eindhoven (1986 - 1991), and followed this with a Masters from the Royal College of Art in London (1992 - 1994). Studio Tord Boontje was founded in 1996. Tord Boontje lived and worked

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EUROLUCE 2011

WAN Editorial

18 Apr 2011

From ancient wicker and weave to clinical, retro-futuristic contraptions, this year's Euroluce at Milan Furniture Fair brought international attention to the current landscape of lighting design. In these times of relative austerity, designers are continuing to react with good humour to a sluggish economy by elevating humble techniques, parodying design classics and engaging the user with the

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