Light, Architecture and Society

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The relationship that has existed between light (natural and artificial) and other architectural traditions over millennia (ancient, classical, expressionist, modernist, post-modernist, etc.) are at the root of lighting design. Understanding this and light’s relevance to society should form the foundation of lighting design. Explore cultural and geographical variations and the responsibility of designers to society.





iGuzzini carries out much of its research alongside some of the world's leading institutions like Harvard University and MIT. It then uses this material to construct thought provoking training material that explores new trends through the use of effects, projects and products. iGuzzini's training promises to allow you to 'touch light' and stay at the forefront of the lighting industry.

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Lighting and Crime seminars, from a lighting consultancy accredited and approved by Secured By Design

Why light?
What are the key aspects to reducing fear of crime.
How the new BS supports the SBD document
What the criminals think 
What the police feel
How to light to produce the best overall scheme whilst still saving energy and meeting standards
What the interior of housing and commercial developments need to consider
Light ingress, spill and glare – what they mean and how to deal with them effectively.
LED, the good and bad aspects of using them
Environmental aspects of any scheme
What colour temps and colour rendering may help deter crime
What is on the horizon for this sector
Price on application