International lighting design

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Laurence King, 1996 - Architecture - 190 pages
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International Lighting Design offers an inspirational review of aesthetic and technical developments in lighting design over the past two years. As well as a gallery of more than 150 luminaries, fixtures, systems, task lights and decorative light sculptures, International Lighting Design also presents twenty-five of the most remarkable interior and exterior lighting schemes, drawing together in one volume two facets of lighting often considered in isolation: the design of fittings and the design of light itself. Profiles of twelve international figures in the field - including King-Miranda, Ingo Maurer, Sigeaki Asahara, Wolfgang Karolinsky and Jorge Pensi - highlight a number of very different approaches to lighting products. Full technical data and credits, and a comprehensive reference section make International Lighting Design and indispensable sourcebook of ideas and trends for designers, architects and lighting consultants.

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Jeremy Myerson is a writer, editor, and researcher specializing in design and architecture.
Philip Ross is a commentator, writer, and consultant on workplace and technology futures.

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