Cover: The Exploded Cinema at Wuhan in China. One Plus Partnership’s jagged scheme of rectangular elements
helps create a connection between the movie theatre and the movie itself. See page 74.
Ben Adams says lighting designers need rebranding, Eoin Billings says architects can learn a lot
from industrial design, and Nathanael Washam wants good lighting for ordinary people.
24 Trip adviser
In a conversation with Carl Gardner, Nick Hoggett shares his hard-won wisdom on navigating
the global market for architectural lighting design.
30 Pioneers: Michele de Lucchi
Architect Michele De Lucchi never set out to design one of the most celebrated lamps of all
time. It just happened. Interview by Nicky Trevett.
40 What advice would you give your 18-year-old self?
Figures from lighting, design and architecture ponder the advice they would offer if they could
meet themselves as they took their first steps in the profession.
64 In a new light
A lighting event helps designers and the public perceive open spaces in a new way – and may
suggest ways to make such spaces more welcoming after dark. By Casper Laing Ebbensgaard.
70 Design File
A Spanish arena, a Marylebone mixed-use development, an art installation in a series of silos,
eye-catching tunnel lighting and Sainsbury’s Digital Lab are just a few of this issue’s case studies.
We curate a collection of the inspiring and innovative projects from around the globe.
139 Sketchbook: Create landscape lighting for all seasons
Mary Rushton-Beales of Lighting Design House sets out the different approaches possible
when lighting the soft and fluid lines of landscape.
A twin compact-fluorescent downlight, once a workhorse of commercial lighting, as seen
by Will Jones
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