Top designers set for Philips light show
Dubai, June 12, 2011
Six leading architects and lighting designers have been invited by Philips to design the interior of its full sized 60-feet container at a major expo ‘Transitions: Light on the move’ to be held in Dubai on June 16.
The experts will be using Philips’ latest lighting solutions to express their imaginative visions for the future of light while using the containers as their exposition space at the event, said a statement from Philips.
The firms exhibiting their Lighting designs and themes are:
*Winy Maas - Hammock
*Fabio Novembre - Post digital
*Lichtkunstlicht - 4 spheres
*Henning Larsen Architects - I see what eye see
*BDP - Life Cycle
*Treush architects - Human Battery Charger
Philips has also invited engineers, architects and designers to experience at first hand the amazing effects of light during the event, said a senior official.
"Transitions is all about new departures, new directions and new perceptions. It has been conceived as a platform for a visionary dialogue as we travel together on a fascinating journey of discovery," remarked Paolo Cervini, GM of Philips Lighting Middle East.
“For Philips, this event exemplifies our strong focus on innovative projects and our ongoing commitment to support our creative and industrial partners with innovations and expertise in architectural lighting,” he added.
Philips has a strong tradition of pioneering innovation and drive to offer people better living and working conditions.
This themed event will enable specifiers to witness Philips’ indoor and outdoor architectural lighting competences and help them turn their visions and ideas into reality, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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