|Author||L&L Communication Team|
|Category||Corporate and events|
Space Made Light
traverso-vighy: adventures in light and architecture
Thursday 26 May 2016 at 18:30
Headquarters of the Order of Architects, Planners, Landscapers and Conservationists of the Province of Barletta-Andria-Trani
Via Ognissanti 123, Trani (BT), Italy
The architect and lighting designer Giovanni Traverso, from studio traverso-vighy in Vicenza, is holding a seminar to promote ways of using light that prevent light pollution, and that it is possible to adapt spaces and still meet people’s physiological needs.
Over the years, architectural training programmes have placed less emphasis on studying the fundamentals of working with natural light. This is because it is so easy to replace natural light with artificial light.
As a direct consequence, there is less shared knowledge about the fundamental properties of light.
We have reached a point where the design culture that traditionally emphasised the connection between a building and its geographical setting, its form and its orientation is considered superfluous to requirements.
This event will give a real insight into the fascinating relationship between light and architecture. It aims to increase awareness of the fundamental and expressive role light plays in architecture, revealing how it can have an enormous effect on our wellbeing and a positive influence on the experience of people using the space.
L&L Luce&Light is committed to making professionals aware of the importance of responsible lighting.
L&L is an Italian company specialising in the design and production of lighting systems that use LED technology for indoor and outdoor applications. The company has been active in the domestic and international markets since 2006 and has built a reputation for the high quality and reliability of its products, which are entirely developed and produced in its factory in Vicenza. L&L pays special attention to the sourcing of its materials, in line with the company's core value: quality products 'Made in Italy'.
Free entry, with compulsory reservation
To register, please contact the Order’s Secretariat