Posts Tagged: Women in Lighting

The Magic Dinner

“The thought . . . called up the flavors of an elaborate and bold cuisine, . . .  an incomparable experience.”  – Italo Calvino, Under the Jaguar Sun  How often does a friend or someone from work ask you to book a table in a nice restaurant? Often. It’s easy, right? We all know that… Read More >

6 December 2022

Women in Lighting: The Extraordinary Light

Details have the task of expressing that which the basic design requires in that particular point of the object: union or disjunction, tension or lightness, friction, solidity, fragility (…). Details, when they are successful, are no mere decoration. They do not distract or entertain, but induce the observer to understand the whole, to whose essence… Read More >

8 November 2022

Women in Lighting: Light as a Material

“We find beauty not in the thing itself but in the patterns of shadows, the light and the darkness, that one thing against another creates.” – Jun’ichirō Tanizaki, In Praise of Shadows How does a lighting design project start and how does it evolve? Often it is the client or interior designer who requests the… Read More >

4 October 2022

Women in Lighting: See the Light, Feel the Light

“Architecture is the learned game, correct and magnificent, of forms assembled in the light.” Sometimes I wonder how many people are engaged in the process of designing a space and how many industries are involved in its construction. Moreover, what was the space designed for and how many different activities will be carried out in… Read More >

31 August 2022