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Science Museum, Exhibition Rd, London, UK
Issue 80 August / September 2014 : Retail: Museum

Lighting design practice Studio ZNA was drafted in on two new installations for London’s popular Science Museum: one permanent, one peripatetic, both recreations of high speed circuits, given a theatrical scheme. more...

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, UK
Issue 80 August / September 2014 : Retail: University

The historic Dining Hall at Cambridge University’s Trinity Hall college serves as both student refectory and backdrop for grand special events. A new scheme by Hoare Lea Lighting faithfully renders the rich historical setting and fine food on offer. more...

One Central Park, Sydney, Australia
Issue 80 August / September 2014 : Architecture : Installation

Atelier Jean Nouvel’s new One Central Park building in Sydney’s CBD combines an array of elements designed to engender a positive response at a human scale. Key among these is the giant heliostat that juts from the site’s 29th floor, redistributing sunlight during the day and providing the 100m-high setting for a new light art installation by Yann Kersalé. more...

Ripley’s Aquarium, Toronto, Canada
Issue 80 August / September 2014 : Retail: Aquarium

Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto is one of the largest indoor marine exhibits in the world and it is the first to feature tanks entirely lit with LED. Mulvey & Banani developed the first-of-its-kind lighting scheme that aims to create a theatrical visitor attraction while caring for the aquarium’s precious marine charges. more...

Rue Robert de Flers, Paris, France
Issue 80 August / September 2014 : Architecture : Transport

The Rue Robert de Flers was a demure street in the most demure of Parisian neighborhoods, the 15th arrondissement. Roger Narboni’s Concepto Studio were commissioned to create a lighting scheme that would reinvent the neglected crosscut, developing, in assistance with LEC Lyon, an innovative lighting arrangement based upon biological rhythms. more...

Perot Museum of Nature & Science, Dallas, Texas
Issue 80 August / September 2014 : Retail: Museum

The Perot Museum is the latest in a string of new architectural gems to appear in Dallas. The city, which is going through something of a cultural boom, has seen new buildings constructed by the likes of Foster+Partners, Rem Koolhaas and Renzo Piano in just five years. When tasked with designing a museum named for and inspired by the pioneering spirit of Ross Perot, Morphosis Architects and the Office for Visual Interaction looked to match the architectural greats that now call Dallas home. more...

Terminal 3, Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport, China
Issue 79 June / July 2014 : Architecture : Airport

Alongside architects Studio Fuksas, Speirs + Major developed the lighting concept to transform the roof of Shenzhen’s new airport terminal into a three dimensional lantern with functional light concealed from view. more...

Kutaisi International Airport, Georgia
Issue 79 June/July 2014 : Architecture : Airport

As part of a bid to reinvigourate the economic fortunes of Kutaisi in Georgia, UNStudio designed the new Kutaisi International Airport, with lighting design by Primo Exposures. more...

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai, India
Issue 79 June/July 2014 : Architecture : Airport

Mumbai has a long history of infatuation with aviation from the derring-do of the Bombay Flying Club in the early years of the twentieth century to the recent construction of the stunning Terminal 2 at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. With architectural flourishes from Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and a relaxed lighting scheme by Brandston Partnership Inc (BPi), the terminal presents a sophisticated vision of a rapidly changing nation, without losing touch with India’s rich cultural heritage. more...

Heathrow Airport, Terminal 2, London, UK
Issue 79 June/July 2014 : Architecture : Transport

In a mondo*arc exclusive, we take a look at studioFRACTAL’s dynamic lighting scheme in Heathrow’s new Queens Terminal.

PHOTOS: James Newton more...

Renzo Piano Pavilion, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
Issue 78 April / May 2014 : Retail: Museum

Arup has once again joined forces with Renzo Piano Building Workshop to create a daylighting system within the roof structure to make Piano’s Pavilion an instant classic. more...

La Vitrine culturelle, Montreal, Canada
Issue 78 April / May 2014 : Retail: Cultural Centre

Multimedia studio Moment Factory used LED panels as architectural lighting in their treatment for the façade of Montreal’s new downtown culture hub, 2-22.
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Mondeal Square, Ahmedabad, Gujarat State, India
Issue 78 April / May 2014 : Retail: Hotel

Ahmedabad, a textile town, is a city on the grow and the new Mondeal Square is a signifier of the area’s burgeoning boom. Boasting the biggest media façade in India, Atelierdada brought the building to life in light. more...




One Central Park, Sydney, Australia

Issue 80 August / September 2014 : Architecture : Installation

Atelier Jean Nouvel’s new One Central Park building in Sydney’s CBD combines an array of elements designed to engender a positive response at a human scale. Key among these is the giant heliostat that juts from the site’s 29th floor, redistributing sunlight during the day and providing the 100m-high setting for a new light art installation by Yann Kersalé. more...

Science Museum, Exhibition Rd, London, UK

Issue 80 August / September 2014 : Retail: Museum

Lighting design practice Studio ZNA was drafted in on two new installations for London’s popular Science Museum: one permanent, one peripatetic, both recreations of high speed circuits, given a theatrical scheme. more...

Tour Eqho, La Défense, Paris, France

Issue 78 April / May 2014 : Commercial : Office Building

La Défense is the financial centre of Paris and sits at the western end of the Axe historique, a line of monuments that leads from the Louvre through the Arc de Triomphe to the centrepiece of the area L’Arche de la Defense. Concepto Lighting Design developed a lighting scheme for the refurbishment of the nearby Eqho Tower, ensuring the structure continued to live up to its lusty neighbours. more...




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