The Metaverse – we’ve all heard of it by now. Neal Stephenson came up with the term and Facebook made it mainstream. It’s used to describe virtual reality worlds that are accessed online, where users can interact with each other, within
Happy New Year! It’s 2022. Covid is still around and although we are all more acquainted with the Greek alphabet, vaccines and better care have
2020 was a strange year. Together we took part in what will eventually be seen as the world’s largest psychological experiment: Lockdown.
"Spooner (the human detective interrogates the artificially intelligent robot): Human beings have dreams. Even dogs have dreams, but not you.
In my personal quest to understand the poetic nature of lighting design, I find myself concerned with matters I feel are important to creativity as
Some time ago, colleagues of mine brought to my attention an old theatrical concept: Suspension of Disbelief. The team was using the concept to help
Yesterday evening, I returned from a fantastic holiday in Israel and, like many other lighting designers, I now find myself rushing off to Frankfurt
“SKALAR is a large-scale art installation that explores the complex impact of light and sound on human perception… SKALAR reflects on the
What do you say when a client asks you to design the lighting for their project using candlelight as the main light source? The only answer possible
It’s been a busy month so I was glad when the opportunity came to visit the new museum by John Pawson in Berlin. The Feuerle Collection is a
A few years ago, around 2014, a little after moving to Shanghai, the idea of a lit Choreographed Experience came to me. The concept came into
The Embassy of the Nederland’s in Berlin is a project designed to fit between the fine lines of public transparency and government confidentiality.