Sabine De Schutter will be speaking at TIDE in Amsterdam. In her talk "When lighting design meets design thinking" she will explain, how lighting designers are architects of atmosphere and the visual experience. In this role, how does one put people first when designing for the built environment? In her talk Sabine De Schutter will illustrate with examples, how her studio has been working to integrate the users' needs and how design thinking forms a crucial part of the working process.
Our project MELO got honoured with an LIT Lighting Design Awards in the category heritage lighting.
We are extremely happy that this project could get realised because of a crowdfunding campaign, and with lots of support from the school, the parents and the board. Thank you for believing in our design and for making it happen.
Read here more about our project and the award.
Sabine De Schutter has been invited to be the keynote speaker at the LED Forum in Basel. In her talk "Lighting workshops - an impulse for nocturnal cities" she will illustrate with a case-study what lighting design workshops can do for the lighting industry and how they can raise awareness for good lighting.
What is the impact of lighting💡on our everyday lives? And what influence does light have on our working environment?
We were delighted to share our insights regarding lighting for work environments with Interface.
We started the week in the best of ways, with great news from London: our MELO got the 3th place in the category Best exterior scheme low budget, at this year’s Darc Awards. The Darc Awards is an international lighting competition organized by the magazine Mondo*arc. We are extremely happy and humbled by this recognition.
Congratulations to all other winners and we want to thank everyone who voted and supported us.
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