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Fabulous Lighting Design Enhancing Beautiful Buildings
I’ve just spent an indulgent hour looking through my beautiful glossy Lighting Magazine Special Issue for the Lighting Design Awards 2019. So much that is beautiful, so much that is now linear.
What struck me most of all is the indelible fact that neither architecture or lighting stand on their own but are intrinsically entwined. A beautiful building can be enhanced by taking advantage of natural light or by the addition of clever and artistic artificial illumination. And whilst a dull building can be enhanced by beautiful lighting the full panoramic beauty of perfect lighting design only comes to the fore when the quality of architecture and lighting are brought together in perfect harmony.
And that’s what these awards illustrated. Here are a few of my favourites.
Hotel Project of the Year – Winner – Muh Shoou Xixi Hotel
Ethereal and delicate. Wonderful use of linear lighting where the magic of the night is retained and the lighting would complement a full moon. Lighting design by Prolighting
Integration Project of the Year – Shanghai Sunac Sales Center
Where would the building be without the lighting? How could this fabulous lighting design have been created without this stunning building? Design by Bradston Partnership
Retail Project of the Year – T2 Luxury Mall, Melbourne Airport, Australia
Reminds me of origami – perfectly folded. Perfectly lit. Lighting design by Electrolight
Heritage Project of the Year – International Presbyterian Church, Ealing, UK
Soft linear lighting combined with the rhythm of conical uplights accentuating the fabulous shape. Lighting design by 18 Degrees
NB There were many other fabulous designs. For further information visit Lighting Design Awards