Trends in Lighting

TiL 2019, The Event for Architects and Lighting Designers
SEPT 24-26, Opera House Bregenz

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Ruairí O’Brien holds some presentations at this year’s TiL in Bregenz.

Inside the Pyramides – Light where there should be darkness
Ruari O’Brien, Professor, Ruari O’Brien Lighting Design, Egypt

Dynamic Light and Urban Spatial Artworks
Ruari O’Brien, Professor, Ruari O’Brien Lighting Design, Egypt

Other Highlights from the Programm:

Designing with Light – Day and Night
Keith Bradshaw, Principal, Speirs + Major, UK

Lighting an Idea
Mark Ridler, Head of Lighting Design, BDP, UK

The Digital Era – A Step Back a Step Forward – PANEL
Mahdis Aliasgari and Barbara Rodriguez, Women in Lighting, Spain

Slow Light
Siegrun Applet, Artist, Austria

Light as Essential Part of the Concept
Sergei Tchoban, Architect, Tchoban Voss Architects, Germany

Daylight and Light Design Intertwining
Isabel Villar and Maha Shalaby, Lighting Designer, White Arkitekter, Sweden

Visual Perception and Health – WORKSHOP
Bartenbach, Austria

HCL: From Nobel Prize to Daily Practice – Offices, Home and Therapy
Dr. Marijke Gordijn, Founder, Chrono@Work, The Netherlands

… and many more. See www.TiL2019.com

Erich Kästner Museumsmobil

Last Sunday, in the presence of Saxony’s Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer, the MuseumMobil of the Erich Kästner Museum was inaugurated. The “MuMo”, which was conceived and designed by Ruairí O’Brien, is a yellow VW Crafter with a mobile exhibition on the life and work of Erich Kästner inside. It will be on tour in Germany from September and invites people of all ages to discover the Kästner cosmos in an individual and playful way.

Optical safety guidance system with LED / Colour- and lighting concept for corridors of hospital bulding

In the course of the renewal of the electrical systems, we planned a LED light line in the floor for the corridors of a hospital building in the Dresden University Hospital. This light line will be installed as an additional, supplementary element of an optical safety guidance system. The advantage of a signage system close to the ground is that even if smoke makes it difficult to see the signs and luminaires close to the ceiling, orientation and guidance to the exits is possible. This lighting makes it easier to leave the building more quickly in the event of danger.
This pilot project is intended to gather experience in the installation, technical implementation and operation of floor luminaires for future use as part of the optical safety guidance system at Dresden University Hospital.
The planning also included the development of a lighting and colour concept for the central corridor areas of the building.

TiL – Trends in Lighting

3rd International Trends in Lighting Forum & Show

24.- 26. September, 2019 | Festspielhaus Bregenz

“TiL 2019 is an interactive and insightful information hub created by, and for, experts in lighting design, architecture, planning and investment in order to collectively build the future of light. It is designed especially to bridge the gap between application, design and technology. Bringing together those who strive for excellence in the application of light with those who are researching and developing the technologies that will enable and drive them.” , Siegfried Luger, Event Director & Publisher

Gestaltfibel Bahnhofstraße Berlin Lichtenrade

Gestalfibel Bahnhofstraße Berlin Lichtenrade

The design guice / “Gestaltfibel” for the Bahnhofstraße in Berlin Lichtenrade, which we developed, has now been published in its second edition at www.az-lichtenrade.de.

It offers recommendations for the design of the buildings and facades in the shopping street and thus serves as orientation for future investments. The design guide brings together town planning, architecture and urban development and can thus be a helpful instrument for preserving the old and supplementing it with new quality features.

The Gestaltibel is available for download at: https://az-lichtenrade.de/service/downloads/grundlagen/