Posts Tagged: biomimetic lighting

shylight installation at rijksmuseum

A graceful kinetic lighting installation at the Rijksmuseum, called Shylight, from Amsterdam-based Studio Drift. And here is a delightful making-of video: Advertisements

shylight installation at rijksmuseum

A graceful kinetic lighting installation at the Rijksmuseum, called Shylight, from Amsterdam-based Studio Drift. And here is a delightful making-of video:

nautilus: issue 11 — light — fields of vision

The science journal Nautilus devoted its 11th issue to exploring and understanding light.  A very well-done collection of articles, I found several that offered unique perspectives on both the science and impact of light. In particular, I enjoyed: Take Light, Not

nautilus: issue 11 — light — fields of vision

The science journal Nautilus devoted its 11th issue to exploring and understanding light.  A very well-done collection of articles, I found several that offered unique perspectives on both the science and impact of light. In particular, I enjoyed: Take Light, Not

philips + lighting design collective launch “generative content” control system

Philips Design, Philips Large Luminous Surfaces, and Madrid-based Lighting Design Collective have teamed up to create two different “generative content” functions for the Philips Luminous Textiles product line. Wind Wall Here the platform uses algorithms driven by external triggers such as wind

philips + lighting design collective launch “generative content” control system

Philips Design, Philips Large Luminous Surfaces, and Madrid-based Lighting Design Collective have teamed up to create two different “generative content” functions for the Philips Luminous Textiles product line. Wind Wall Here the platform uses algorithms driven by external triggers such as wind

internships!

I’m looking for two good interns to work with my team at Philips Lighting this upcoming spring.  Please share this with any students or professors who might fit the bill. The first position is for a graphic design student who

internships!

I’m looking for two good interns to work with my team at Philips Lighting this upcoming spring.  Please share this with any students or professors who might fit the bill. The first position is for a graphic design student who

moooi’s heracleum

Via Inhabitat, this interesting pendant concept caught my eye, from Dutch design firm MOOOI.  I really like the organic, biomimetic feeling of the product, made possible by the use of lots and lots of LED’s married directly to diffusers. According

moooi’s heracleum

Via Inhabitat, this interesting pendant concept caught my eye, from Dutch design firm MOOOI.  I really like the organic, biomimetic feeling of the product, made possible by the use of lots and lots of LED’s married directly to diffusers. According

noe duchaufour-lawrence

Parisian designer and interior architect Noé Duchaufour-Lawrence has caught my eye with several projects that elegantly demonstrate the transition of architectural lighting systems from discrete, inanimate objects to interactive embedded luminous systems. Dezeen recently covered an installation titled Naturoscopie II

noe duchaufour-lawrence

Parisian designer and interior architect Noé Duchaufour-Lawrence has caught my eye with several projects that elegantly demonstrate the transition of architectural lighting systems from discrete, inanimate objects to interactive embedded luminous systems. Dezeen recently covered an installation titled Naturoscopie II

leo villareal – bahrain airport

Another awesome Leo Villareal video from a couple years ago, this one looks like a conceptual proposal video for a departure terminal at an airport. Bahrain International Airport- Departures from Leo Villareal on Vimeo.

leo villareal – bahrain airport

Another awesome Leo Villareal video from a couple years ago, this one looks like a conceptual proposal video for a departure terminal at an airport. Bahrain International Airport- Departures from Leo Villareal on Vimeo.