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A Dialogue between Cities-Light-People in the Future Nightscape 2050 Travelling Exhibition Berlin・Singapore・Hong Kong・Tokyo Lighting Planners Associates Presents 7th August (Fri) - 1st October (Thu), 2015 Venue: Aedes am Pfeﬀerberg, Berlin, Germany Tue-Fri 11.00 - 18.30 Sat-Sun 13.00 - 17.00 / Admission Free Organized by Lighting Planners Associates in collaboration with Aedes Sponsored by Technical Support by First Design System, Julia Japan Learning from Masters Learning from ChildrenInterviews of 5 experts in design/art and technology about their visions for lighting in the future will be presented. Their ideas are thought provoking. Learning from Nature Scenes from Nightscape 2050 Children workshops were conducted to learn who their heroes and villains of light are, by taking walks in the evening and observing the nightscape. Their observations are pure yet sharp, even dangerous. What can adults learn from them? Learning from World Nightscape The fundamental principle of LPA’s lighting design is rooted in Nature. All our design efforts are to get closer to skilful light and shadow created by the two natural light sources, the sun and fire. In addition, fireflies, starry skies and other natural phenomena that enchant us also provide inspiration and are essential to LPA’s unique design language of light. Learning from Nature Learning from World Nightscapes Scenes from Nightscape 2050 The visitors will be shown proposed future interactions with lighting, shown in five different settings: Urban, Street, Park, Home, and People. LPA have strived to make this highly creative section very enjoyable, experiential, and educational. LPA has accumulated a massive collection of nightscape pictures through countless lighting surveys around the world. Although modern technology is rapidly spreading on a global scale, nightscapes still can be viewed as inherent to the local culture represented in these images. Who is LPA? A section of the exhibition also shows a chronological chart of architectural lighting design and the projects of LPA as well as their latest monograph, “LPA 1990–2015 Tide of Architectural Lighting Design.” “Let’s draw a Future Nightscape in Berlin !!” Lighting Detectives Jr. Workshop 8th Aug. (Sat) 10:00-13:00 @Aedes Gallery (focus age 10~15) Check our Facebook page for more information!! Christinenstr. 18-19, D-10119 Berlin (U2 - Senefelder Platz) +49 (0)30 282 70 15 http://www.aedes-arc.de Aedes am Pfeﬀerberg Travelling Exhibition [Schedule] →Berlin 7th August(Fri) – 1st October(Thu), 2015 / Aedes am Pfeﬀerberg →Singapore 24th October(Sat) – 21st November(Sat), 2015 / National Design Centre →Hong Kong 8th January(Fri) – 30th January(Sat), 2016 / ArtisTree →Tokyo 13rd May(Fri) – 10th June(Fri), 2016 / Temporary Contemporary [Contact] Lighting Planners Associates (LPA) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: www.lighting.co.jp Facebook: Traveling Exhibition by LPA (www.facebook.com/lpa.exhibition ) Toshiyuki Inoko Creative director “team lab” Toyo Ito Architect William Lim Architect, Urbanist Shuji Nakamura Physicist Nobel prize recipient Ingo Maurer Lighting designer Human Will and Technology together give a wonderful Nightscape 2050