Competition asks: What else can light do our cities?

A NEW competition for young designers focusing on lighting in the urban environment has been launched by Signify.

The initial year’s outing of the Community Lighting for the Urban Environment is focusing on ‘Lighting and urban disruption’.

The initial year’s outing of the Community Lighting for the Urban Environment is focusing on ‘Lighting and urban disruption’.

The company – formally Philips LIghting – wants entrants to think about how light can make a change.

‘We are all familiar with emergency lighting in buildings but what more can lighting do?’ asks Signify.

‘Conflict in cities, breakdowns in communication and environmental change can make us feel vulnerable but we are never entirely powerless.

‘Could lighting design help prevent disruption, avoid disorientation, could it aid managing the situation?

‘How could light enable people to deal with a crisis better? What more can light do in these challenging times?’

CLUE is an international competition open to students and young professionals.

Entrants should have with fewer than years in their profession.

The intention is to develop innovative lighting concepts for both interior and exterior applications. There are also some high value cash prizes for the winners.

  • More about the competition can be found HERE.  The competition is sponsored by the Signify Lighting Academy.

 

  • Learn more about lighting in urban environments at The Illuminated City conference which takes place on Thursday 14 November at LuxLive 2019 which takes place at ExCeL London. See the full programme and register for free HERE.

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