Rogier van der Heide: Why light needs darkness

Found on urbanophil.net why we need light and darkness:

Lighting architect Rogier van der Heide offers a beautiful new way to look at the world — by paying attention to light (and to darkness). Examples from classic buildings illustrate a deeply thought-out vision of the play of light around us.

http://ted.com/talks/view/id/1098

Rogier van der Heide creates architectural spaces with light.

Why you should listen to him:

Lighting designer Rogier van der Heide creates (and oversees) engaging, inspiring, three-dimensional design that fuses light, image projection, architecture and product design to create a memorable, authentic experience. He’s been internationally recognized as one of the leading architectural lighting design specialists. He’s the Chief Design Officer for Philips Lighting; before that, he was Director at Arup and Global Business Leader Lighting Design of Arup Lighting.

Van der Heide is one of five international designers commissioned by Swarovski Crystal Palace to create an installation to be launched during the Milan Furniture Fair this year.


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