Posts Tagged: richard kelly

addison kelly

Last week, at the end of my Lightfair conference presentation titled “Ambient Luminescence and Experiential Design“, a crowd of people came up to me at the end of the conference to ask me questions, connect, etc.  Patiently waiting until the

addison kelly

Last week, at the end of my Lightfair conference presentation titled “Ambient Luminescence and Experiential Design“, a crowd of people came up to me at the end of the conference to ask me questions, connect, etc.  Patiently waiting until the

IES richard kelly grant – call for entries

Open to anyone 35 years or younger in North America, the Richard Kelly Grant seeks “…to recognize and encourage creative thought and activity in the use of light. Cash award(s) will be granted to the person(s) who preserve and carry

IES richard kelly grant – call for entries

Open to anyone 35 years or younger in North America, the Richard Kelly Grant seeks “…to recognize and encourage creative thought and activity in the use of light. Cash award(s) will be granted to the person(s) who preserve and carry

a new concept for “glare”

When exactly does a romantic “sparkle” become a bothersome “glare”? I’ve been considering this question now for some time, particularly in relation to Richard Kelly’s six qualities of light. To me, the primary factor that tips the balance between a

a new concept for “glare”

When exactly does a romantic “sparkle” become a bothersome “glare”? I’ve been considering this question now for some time, particularly in relation to Richard Kelly’s six qualities of light. To me, the primary factor that tips the balance between a

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

embedded lighting: samsung pop-up store

I’m super impressed by a Samsung pop-up store in Frankfurt recently featured in Retail Design Blog. I find that it embodies many of the “embedded lighting” concepts I’ve been espousing as the future of lighting design. First, let’s look at this

embedded lighting: samsung pop-up store

I’m super impressed by a Samsung pop-up store in Frankfurt recently featured in Retail Design Blog. I find that it embodies many of the “embedded lighting” concepts I’ve been espousing as the future of lighting design. First, let’s look at this

apple store

Nice lighting on the newest Apple store in West Lake, China, by Foster and Partners.  I like how they clearly Photoshop’d the ceiling to be darker just behind the Apple logo — the ceiling is apparently TOO uniform for Apple’s marketing

apple store

Nice lighting on the newest Apple store in West Lake, China, by Foster and Partners.  I like how they clearly Photoshop’d the ceiling to be darker just behind the Apple logo — the ceiling is apparently TOO uniform for Apple’s marketing

arch daily: richard kelly

Thomas Schielke published a nice piece on Arch Daily summarizing Richard Kelly.  Go check it out…

arch daily: richard kelly

Thomas Schielke published a nice piece on Arch Daily summarizing Richard Kelly.  Go check it out…