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LUMOBCN, BARCELONA CLIENT: Arquinfad LumoBCN is a small festival dedicated to lighting installations throughout the city and has been running since 2008. It takes place every year during Barcelona’s Week of Architecture. The assignment for 2009’s edition was to design shop windows using light as a tool to express different forms of communication. Aureo was appointed to work on three ‘Casas Sabaters’ shoe shop windows for which Gallego and Elbaz designed a concept to explain, in a simple and interactive way, the different stages of shoe manufacturing, as well as the tools and materials used for each stage. The project was done in collaboration with the architect Silvia Contreras (Fusina 6) and students from the Ártidi School of Shop Window Design. The luminaires and control system were supplied by Lamp.


‘PINK’ & ‘CAPTURE YOUR SHADOW’ CLIENT: APDI


In October 2010, the Spanish Professional Association of Lighting


Designers (APDI) organised a conference at Matadero Madrid under the title “Light and Architecture”. Upon completion of the confer-


ences, guests were invited to attend a party and enjoy three lighting installations.


PINK (above) was the way to reach the party and installations. Its concept relies on the idea that just as white light is composed by


many colours, the APDI gathers many professionals dedicated to light. We know the power of the colours and the different feelings they produce on people depending on the context. Some symbolise love,


nature or even purity... To celebrate the launching of the APDI, Aureo chose the colour of friendship and joy, pink, as a symbol of the col-


laboration between professionals united by a common passion, light. The installation Aureo presented was called ‘Capture Your Shadow’


(below). They wanted guests to get involved in playing with light and shadow in a very simple game in which they had to stand still in front of a wall painted with photoluminiscent paint while they were flood- lighted. After a few seconds the light was turned off and they were


asked to move away, only to discover that their shadow remained on the wall. A photo was taken of each participant’s shadow and then sent by email as a souvenir of the party.


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