by Georgina Maddox Jan 20, 2020
by John Jervis Jan 07, 2020
Design theory has changed over the decades, acquiring a boundless purview that museums struggle to contain. The V&A London’s new show proves that it can be done - but not easily.
by Georgina Maddox Dec 03, 2019
Drawing a parallel to her own journey, the writer revisits the exhibition of objects that shaped Kahlo’s life, like her prosthetic leg and surgical corsets, at V&A Museum in London.
by Mrinalini Ghadiok Nov 15, 2019
In conversation with mythologist and storyteller Seema Anand, who relates the tale of Mithra, the Sun God, whose sheer brilliance drives his wife to the dark respite of the forests.
by Georgina Maddox Oct 30, 2019
Late Russian artist Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square painting and sculptor Anish Kapoor's monopoly on Vantablack is trending in global news rooms; we find out why.
by Vishal K Dar Oct 28, 2019
Architect-turned-artist Vishal K. Dar reflects on the life of Louis I. Kahn, the leading architect who personified architecture and light to define their intrinsic relationship.
by Sourabh Gupta Oct 24, 2019
Architect Sourabh Gupta elucidates on the choreography between light and the built environment, and his tryst with the architectural works of Le Corbusier and Peter Zumthor.
by Georgina Maddox Oct 21, 2019
While many think of lighting an artwork as a no-brainer, we look at trends in lighting that reveal that there actually is great science behind it.
by Dhruvajyoti Ghose Oct 19, 2019
Dhruvajyoti Ghose, Director of Lighting Design Partnership, provides insight on the perception of darkness, its cultural transformations in a historical context in Garbh to Griha.
by Sanjeev Panjabi Oct 17, 2019
The architect recounts his stay at Louis I. Kahn’s IIM-Ahmedabad, and later at Salk Institute - buildings that left him yearning for the exploration between light, space and experience.
by Georgina Maddox Oct 07, 2019
A whistle stop tour of how virtual reality, artificial intelligence and computer science impacted new media, digital and immersive art movements.
by Martina Frattura Oct 07, 2019
Considering the personal idea of beauty as equally restorative as being outdoors, by tracking the physiological response the same effects are expected via light stimuli.
by Claus Østergaard Oct 05, 2019
Claus Østergaard, Marketing Manager in Louis Poulsen A/S, describes how Poul Henningsen and Arne Jacobsen changed the way we ‘look’ at light, by designing glare free illumination.
by STIRworld Jan 14, 2020
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