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018 CONTENTS [aug/sep] Front cover: Colour the Bridge, VIVID Sydney, © Desination NSW / David Swift


038 Interview Pete Brewis talks to Dhruvajyoti ‘DJ’ Ghose of Lighting Design Partnership.


DETAILS


022 Editorial Comment Pete Brewis on the importance of art. 024 Headlines


The latest industry news. 026 Books


Some suggested light reading. 028 Eye Opener BruumRuum! - an interactive installation by graphic designer David Torrents and lighting design practice artec3. 030 Drawing Board Proposed projects from Halifax, Muscat, Vladivostok and Sao Paulo. 032 Spotlight A selection of brand new projects from around the world. 034 Snapshot


An introduction to the work of Melbourne practice 2B Designed. 036 Lighting Talk


An illuminating chat with Sydney-based architect Chris Bosse. 146 Inspirations


Light Collective asks GNI to open up their toolbox of inspirations.


ART & DESIGN


086 VIVID Sydney Creative Director Anthony Bastic discusses the return of Sydney’s annual light festival. 096 Light in Winter Melbourne’s celebration of the winter solstice included the Yo Gobo project, instigated by Electrolight, and the Helix Tree by light artists Ramus Illumination.


TECHNOLOGY 086


100 Rhapsody in BLU Steve Brown of NDYLIGHT on the Melbourne University campus LED lighting pilot. 102 Made in Australia A taste of Australia’s manufacturing industry. 104 SPARC Products shown at the SPARC expo in Sydney. 106 David Morgan The product designer looks at KKDC’s SIL. 108 Case Studies A pick of manufacturers’ projects from around the world. 120 LAMP Lighting Solutions Awards Winners of this year’s awards. 122 Guangzhou International Products presented at the Chinese show. 124 Not Getting Noticed Xicato’s Patrick van der Meulen presents his EuroLED paper on LED colour consistency. 126 Lamps & Gear Guide A selection of lighting essentials. 136 New Products


Fresh fixtures for your consideration. 144 Event Calendar Your global show and conference guide.


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