Where does light move to? Lighting Design Innovation Scenarios

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DESIGNING DESIGNERS 2009 International Convention of University Courses in Design 10th edition

Where does light move to? Lighting Design Innovation Scenarios

on the occasion of Euroluce 2009

Saturday, 25th April 2009 Milan Fairgrounds, Rho Entrance Porta Sud Congress Center, Room Sagittarius

PROGRAMME

Designing Designers is a Cosmit SpA initiative, organized by Fondazione Cosmit Eventi; it is promoted by the Facoltà del Design of the Politecnico di Milano in conjunction with Federlegno-Arredo

Where does light move to? Lighting Design Innovation Scenarios Saturday 25 April 2009

9.30 - 10.00

Registration & Welcome Coffee

Morning Session 10.00 - 10.20 Opening Carlo Guglielmi, President, Cosmit s.p.a. Rodrigo Rodriquez, Board Member of Fondazione Cosmit Eventi, Past Chairman of Federlegno-Arredo Alberto Seassaro, Dean, Facoltà del Design, Politecnico di Milano Piero Gandini, President, Assoluce 10.20 - 11.45

Session: LED for lighting Chair: Rodrigo Rodriquez Key note speaker: Ann Reo, Cooper Lighting

A Decade of Designing with LED technology Michal Stefanowski, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Faculty of Industrial Design, Poland

New areas for LED application Claudio Larcher, Free University of Bolzano - Faculty of Design and Art, Italy

Poetic LED Francesca Lanz, Irene Pasina, Silvia Piardi, Politecnico di Milano, Dip. Indaco Italy

Interior Light on Board Q&A 11.45 - 13.00

Session: Lighting art and urban design Chair: Luisa Collina, Relé, Facoltà del Design, Politecnico di Milano Key note speaker: Christian Leonard, Marc Streker, ESA St-Luc Brussels, Belgium,

A City is Beautiful at Night (Richard Bohringer) Ong Swee Hong, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore

Design Basis for Urban Lighting Masterplans Serena Del Puglia, Architecture and Design Dep., University of Palermo, Italy

Light runs through the City Sebastián García Garrido, Nuria Rodríguez Ortega, University of Málaga, Escuela Universitaria Politécnica, Spain

Lights and urban idiosyncrasy versus crisis and visual contamination of the tourist environment Q&A 13.00 - 14.00

Break for Lunch

Afternoon Session 14.00 - 15.20 Session: Lighting for Wellness Chair: Maurizio Rossi, Light Laboratory, Dip. Indaco, Politecnico di Milano Key note speaker: Patricia Rizzo, Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute NY USA

Research sets a Path for Lighting Design Rina Bernabei, Kelly Freeman, Jacqueline Power, University of New South Wales, Australia

Communicating with Light and Shadow: Bernabeifreeman’s Ema and Ziya exhibition luminaires Ross McLeod, RMIT School of Architecture and Design, Melbourne, Australia

Beyond a Phenomenology of Light Kyung Ran Choi, Tae Sun Kim, Oriental Culture & Design Center, Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea

Nature of Light or Light of Nature Q&A 15.20 - 15.40

Coffee Break

15.40 - 17.00

Session: Sustainable lighting and energy saving Chair: Maurizio Rossi Key note speaker: Cinzia Ferrara, APIL, Italy

For a real energy saving sustainability Jan Carel Diehl, Henk Kuipers, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

Sustainable and affordable LED light solutions for Rural Cambodia: Participatory Student Field Projects Mafalda Rangel, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, School of Technology and Health, Stockholm, Sweden

Sun and sky - future light sources for a more “human” lighting design? Fabrizio Tironi, Domestic lighting workgroup, CELMA, Federation of National Manufacturers Associations for Luminaires and Electrotechnical Components for Luminaires in the European Union

EUP Directive adoption for the Domestic sector Q&A 17.00

Closing of the Convention, by Rodrigo Rodriquez and Maurizio Rossi

Steering Committee Luisa Collina - Politecnico di Milano Piero Gandini - COSMIT Rodrigo Rodriquez - COSMIT Maurizio Rossi - Politecnico di Milano Alberto Seassaro - Politecnico di Milano Peer Review Committee: Luisa Collina - Politecnico di Milano - Italy Cinzia Ferrara - APIL - Italy Lucie Fontein - Carleton University - Canada Gianni Forcolini - Politecnico di Milano - Italy Holger Müller - Strategic Design Management - Cologne - Germany Francesco Murano - Politecnico di Milano - Italy Kaye Newman - London Metropolitan University - UK Ann Reo - Cooper Lighting Ills - USA Patricia Rizzo - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute NY - USA Maurizio Rossi - Politecnico di Milano - Italy Stefano Santili - Brighton University - UK Alberto Seassaro - Politecnico di Milano - Italy Suresh Sethi Nanyang - Technological University - Singapore Michal Stefanowski - Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw - Poland Mike Stevenson - University of Plymouth - UK Marc Streker - St Luc Ecole Supérieure des Arts Bruxelles - Belgium Graciela Tonello - Universidad National de Tucuman - Argentina Julian Warren - The University of Sydney - Australia Convention Coordination Petra Lossner - Cosmit Scientific Coordination Anne Schoonbrodt – Relé, Politecnico di Milano Convention Secretariat Massimo Fegatelli - Fondazione Cosmit Eventi Simultaneous translation Italian / English shall be provided. The Convention venue is inside the fairgrounds. Admission to the Convention is free, whilst a ticket is to be bought to enter the fairgrounds, preferably through Porta Sud. Participants who arrive by metro (red line - Rho Fiera) at Porta Est may take the external shuttle bus to reach Porta Sud.

Conference Proceedings Contents: Papers selected by the Peer Review Committee

Foreword 9 Rodrigo Rodriquez

Lighting Design teaching at Politecnico di Milano, Facoltà del Design 11 Alberto Seassaro

1. LED for lighting A Decade of Designing with LED Technology 15 Anne Reo

New areas for the LEDs application 23 Michal Stefanowski

Poetic led 31 Claudio Larcher

Interior light on board 41 Francesca Lanz, Irene Pasina, Silvia Piardi

Mes Etoiles, an interactive light wall 51 Hernando Barragán

2. Lighting for Wellness Lighting for Wellness: Research Sets a Path for Lighting Design 61 Patricia Rizzo

Communicating with Light and Shadow: Bernabeifreeman’s Ema and Ziya exhibition luminaires 71 Rina Bernabei, Kelly Freeman, Jacqueline Power

Beyond a phenomenology of light 83 Ross McLeod

Nature of Light or Light of Nature 99 Kyung Ran Choi, Tae Sun Kim

Individual Well-Being, Lighting Design Experiences for Residential Interiors 107 Maurizio Rossi

3. Sustainable lighting and energy saving For a real energy saving sustainability 121 Cinzia Ferrara

Sustainable and affordable LED light solutions for Rural Cambodia: Participatory Student Field projects 127 Jan Carel Diehl and Henk Kuipers

Sun and sky - future light sources for a more “human” lighting design? 139 Mafalda Rangel

EUP Directive adoption for the Domestic sector 147 Fabrizio Tironi (invited paper)

4. Lighting Art and urban Design « A City is Beautiful at Night » (Richard Bohringer) 153 Christian Leonard and Marc Streker

Design Basis for Urban Lighting Masterplans 161 Ong Swee Hong

Light Runs Through The City 167 Serena Del Puglia

Lights and urban idiosyncrasy versus crisis and visual contamination of the tourist environment 179 Sebastián García Garrido, Nuria Rodríguez Ortega

Deep inside the infinite. Stage design and Ganzfeld: “La Galigo” by Bob Wilson 187 Francesco Murano

Metaphysics of Light in Contemporary Architecture 193 Hans Leo Höger

The Archives of the Light 201 Gisella Gellini