Storm Electronic Music Festival Lighting Inspired by Qi in Chinese Medicine

With an early career in lighting design combined with a Masters in ancient Chinese medicine, Daniel Richardson, Lighting Designer, Programmer and Operator, credits wysiwyg from CAST Software as an essential tool for designing and programming for the spectacular set of Storm, Now or Never and EDM other festivals in China. Originally from Australia, he is now in London operating tours and designing projects globally.
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Lighting Designer Chip Israel Shares Insight of Illumination Design

As someone who admittedly entered the lighting design field by accident, Chip Israel has built a successful career over the past 27 years – including founding his own architectural lighting design firm in 1992 – Lighting Design Alliance which is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.
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New Lighting Event Comes to California

Expanding on the resounding success of Lightspace dot London in combining innovation and inspiration for the architectural and lighting design communities, Revo Media and PennWell Corporation announced today the launch of Lightspace California to be held Feb. 28-March 2, 2017 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.
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LAVA Designs New Light Canopy for Philips Lighting Headquarters

LAVA’s design for the new Philips Lighting Headquarters features an experiential welcome in the atrium and office spaces that foster creativity. 
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Designers of Lightening a Modern Odyssey Talk about Inspiration and Concept

In this blog entry by Monique Cousineau Social Media Manager for Philips Lighting North America, she interviews 2nd prize winners of CLUE 02 Competition Antonis Athanasiou and Maria–Chrysoula Akrivou about their award winning lighting design.
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Utility Substation in U.S. Transformed into Lighting Art

Against the night sky in Redmond, Washington, U.S, an electrical transmission tower stands out in a surprisingly beautiful way. Thirteen rings of LED light encircle the tower, illustrating the sequence of the Kelvin scale, which expresses the color temperature of light: red at the bottom, moving through orange, yellow, warm white, then cool white and, finally, blue at the top.
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Daan Roosegaarde Recreates Mother Nature's Aurora Borealis with LEDs

Daan Roosegaarde presents the Netherlands as a great work of art in “the Northern Light of the Netherlands”. ‘Waterlicht’ creates Dutch water awareness On February 25, Westervoort will host the world premiere of Waterlight. The latest artwork by Daan Roosegaarde is described by first visitors as the “the Northern Light of the Netherlands” was exhibited from February 26 to March 1, 2015 in the flood channel of the river IJssel near Westervoort. Waterlight reveals the invisible artworks of the Netherlands, and will appear throughout the Netherlands in the coming years.
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David Sasaki Talks About Award Winning Light Fall Design

Philips Lighting blogger Monique Cosineau talks to Canadian designer David Sasaki about his Light Fall design, which clinched second place at the 2013 CLU Foundation Contest. Below is the interview posted on Philips Lighting blog:
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