Posts Tagged: lighting design

richard kelly – powerpoint deck with rare images

I found a fantastic PPT that looks like an academic lecture covering the pioneering mid-century lighting designer Richard Kelly. The slide deck contains an especially impressive range of photos of Kelly’s projects that are not commonly available on the web.  The

richard kelly – powerpoint deck with rare images

I found a fantastic PPT that looks like an academic lecture covering the pioneering mid-century lighting designer Richard Kelly. The slide deck contains an especially impressive range of photos of Kelly’s projects that are not commonly available on the web.  The

ortho lighting book

I had a flashback last night to my childhood:  I remember my dad bought a book on outdoor landscape lighting that I loved reading as a kid.  And sure enough, Amazon still lists it:  Ortho Books “How to Design &

ortho lighting book

I had a flashback last night to my childhood:  I remember my dad bought a book on outdoor landscape lighting that I loved reading as a kid.  And sure enough, Amazon still lists it:  Ortho Books “How to Design &

tilt brush and vr

TiltBrush is a prototype virtual reality painting system.  Below is an awesome example of painting in 3D space while wearing a VR headset.  Especially cool is the ability to paint “light” as a brush — sort of like paint with

tilt brush and vr

TiltBrush is a prototype virtual reality painting system.  Below is an awesome example of painting in 3D space while wearing a VR headset.  Especially cool is the ability to paint “light” as a brush — sort of like paint with

technical vs. design innovation

Following is an insightful quote from a FastCompany article titled “Why Good Design Is Finally a Bottom Line Investment“: COMMODITIZATION PUSHES DESIGNERS TO THE FORE Innovation usually cycles between periods of raw, technical inventiveness and the finer task of packaging it

technical vs. design innovation

Following is an insightful quote from a FastCompany article titled “Why Good Design Is Finally a Bottom Line Investment“: COMMODITIZATION PUSHES DESIGNERS TO THE FORE Innovation usually cycles between periods of raw, technical inventiveness and the finer task of packaging it

lighting designers: “independence” is cutting your potential short

I urge the lighting design community to stop obsessing over “independence” and start focusing on how to support and drive new forms of collaboration:  Collaboration with customers; collaboration with manufacturers and technology suppliers; and collaboration with contractors. The drive to

lighting designers: “independence” is cutting your potential short

I urge the lighting design community to stop obsessing over “independence” and start focusing on how to support and drive new forms of collaboration:  Collaboration with customers; collaboration with manufacturers and technology suppliers; and collaboration with contractors. The drive to