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NGUYEN HOANG PHUONG HANH LIGHTING DESIGNER

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LIGHTING DESIGN FOR HOSPITALITY POLITECNICO DI MILANO

POLITECNICO’S CAMPUS Professor DR. GIOVANNA PICCINO DR. HELENA GENTILI Colleague ARTUN S. AGBULUT CAMILLA SAN MAURO


EXPECTATION FOR EXPANDING ACTIVITIES OF FUTURE LIGHT GRADUATION DAY

CONCERT

WELCOME WEEK

GRADUATION DAY

GATHER PARTY/EVENT SPORT STUDY/WORK

ENTERTAIMENT CLEARNING/SECURITY

DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY

CAMPUS BOVISA

GENERAL LIGHTING

MARCH

APRIL

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JUNE

JULY

AUGUST SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER NOVEMBER

ACTIVITIES

LIGHTING STRATEGIES

GATHERING EVENT SPORT STUDY/WORK ENTERTAIMENT

GENERAL LIGHTING

LIGHTING FOR PARTICULAR ACTIVITIES/EVENTS

LIGHTING FOR PARTICULAR ACTIVITIES/EVENTS ACCENT LIGHTING

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LIGHTING FOR PEOPLE Community of the campus includes different group of people such as students, professors, children, workers and locals. Analysing usage of the campus and durations creates some opportunities to understand where and when we need lighting. Having different usages and durations make imperative to have various scenarios and emphasize the areas by using light. With these perspectives, the title of project is “ Lighting for people”. This is a light that creates life society and gives new nuances to the dark forgotten corners of this campus. A light that can illuminate the smiles of the people we meet, because that is a light that creates happiness and that spreads around.

GENERAL LIGHTING WITH POLE 3M GENERAL LIGHTING WITH WALL MOUNTED POLE MOVABLE 6-TUBE MODULE POLE MOVABLE 3-TUBE MODULE GENERAL LIGHTING WITH BOLLAR 0.4M DYNAMIC LIGHTING


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THE ENTRANCE Entrance and the height of the tower emphasized to attract attention starting from the entrance. Trees are illuminated with uplights which are used in different number for making the trees a directional element. Poles with leds are used for general lighting to have more quality in lighting in the campus. Facades’ of B6 are illuminated with electroluminescent (EL) material for having dynamic lighting and also a direction to led people walking to the park at the end of the road.

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THE OVAL PARK The oval park is the main place for gathering. When people stay in the park, they will recognize facade of B2 the most. Dynamism is continuing on this facade. It is controlable by the app and also changable for the events. For the events, the graduation days can be an example. It is possible to have blue color of Politecnico on the facade and change the atmosphere. The big park is also one the places which have dynamic lighting and much more intensity than any other green areas. Interaction is also present in the park with using the app.

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CULTURAL HERITAGE PROJECT POLITECNICO DI MILANO

THE DIURNO VENEZIA Professor LISA MARCHESI LORENZA BRESSAN Colleague ARTUN S. AGBULUT CAMILLA SAN MAURO


It was planned and built between 1923 and 1925 and opened on January 18, 1926. Its official name was Albergo Diurno Metropolitano. The Albergo Diurno was approximately 88 meters long and 14 meters wide circa and occupied a surface of around 1200 sqm. It was divided in two parts, the public baths towards via Tadino and the hall of the artisans towards corso Buenos Aires. The public baths, with an access from the side of via Tadino, occupy two thirds of the length and have six luxury bathrooms with bath tub and the simple baths with shower with access from two parallel corridors.

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Area 1: REMINISCENCE

Area 2: REVELATION

We want to creat a warm, welcoming area. Visiters can breath the atmosphere from 1920s.

We want people do not just see this space like a public toilet of the past, we want they see here is a museum where lavabo, bath...like a object to show.

Purpose: meeting, concert, exhibition

Purpose: visiting, exhibition

KEY 1

Warm white 2700K

KEY 2

Dark corridor

KEY 3

Royal blue & Blue

Cyan & Natural white 4000K


At the entrance our aim is make visiters feel the 1920 era. With the art deco style lighting fixtures, cultural heritage can be felt by the visiters beginning from the entrance. By using the warm color temprature, our aim is creating difference between the sections and creating the atmosphere which will be used for the concerts and other exhibitions.

We use blue light because the human eye perceives an environment within the blue light spectrum as less focused. Additionally, the chromatic aberration causes a defocusing effect for blue light when red and green are in focus.Therefore blue illuminated walls and surfaces appear more diffuse and immaterial compared to other colours. With using blue light at the begining of the bathroom area, we want to achieve an attractive statement.

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the rail in the middle will host the adjustable lighting fixtures

daylight is still usable

Area 1: REMINISCENCE KEY 1

With using the existing hinge system we add the rail in the middle. Beside the new rail 2 glass side parts will be kept to allow getting daylight. In this system height and direction are adjustable. Day light combines with artificial light

lighting fixtures’ height can be adjusted


Artificial light

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SF1

steel cable

SF2

brass joint

brass joint

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SF4

ART DECO COLLECTION The inspiration from 1920s when Art Deco is presented, the luminaires remind the shape, color, material of this period. These luminaires use for both permanent and temporary lighting, that’s why we design the lamp-holder flexibility to create different angle beam with many blubs.

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brass


Testing effect on model

Area 2: REVELATION KEY 3

KEY 3 is created to attract visitor keep going through all area. After the experience with color, shadow‌in rooms, we want to increase the interaction between visitor and museum. We reuse the color shadow effect but add more color projectors, red, green, blue, amber‌to create more color. These projectors have sensor, they will turn on when visitor come to make them surprise. PORFOLIO I

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BATHROOM 1

D PANEL WITH NEON TUBES

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D04 | COVER FOR PENDANT

D05 | NEON IN TUB

two neon tubes have diference color

iGuzzini castello wood cover

In this type, bathrooms are illuminated only from behind the seperator to have different perception of the bathroom. PLAN panel

wood cover

SECTION 1-1 stand

panel neon tubes 10mm

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neon

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D03 | DOUBLEtubes SIDED PANEL WITHtubes NEON TUBES

D04 | COVER FOR PENDANT iGuzzini castello wood cover

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wood cover

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panel neon tubes

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panel

panel

neon tubes 10mm

neon tubes 10mm

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Testing effect on model

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color changing to create difference atmosphere


Red, Green, and Blue Led luminaires are install in different position in each room.

BATHROOM 2

Testing effect on model Almost all rooms have a small area, wherever we install the luminaire, they will create the shadow on the wall and objects. Therefore we want to create “color shadow�, by installing blue, red, and green LED luminaire in one room. In these room, at first visitor can see the space through a small hole on the wall. Then they can open the door and interact with the luminaires. They can turn on and off to see what difference can be achieved with the space and shadow.

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INTERIOR PROJECT POLITECNICO DI MILANO

COMMERCIAL INTERIORS Professor CARLO D’ALESIO PIERO SANTORO Colleague ARTUN S. AGBULUT CAMILLA SAN MAURO


LOCATION

DAY LIGHT ANALYSIS

DAY LIGHT SOLUTION

THE REAR PROJECTION SCREEN FABRIC N

3M Center Stockholm SWEDEN Areas receiving daylight

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“taste” “touch”

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THE DIFFERENT AREAS 1. Corridor 2. Digital Presentation Area 3. Main Display Area 4. Brainstorming Room

5. Shop 6. Lounge Area 7. Waiting area

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“SIGHT”

The firt look is important

“HEAR”

Lighting motion help people more concentrate to video

“TOUCH”

Lighting effect make the objects more attract and charm. Everyone want to touch them.

“SIGN”

The color changing create impression for client. They will see more than they expect.

“TASTE”

Lighting effect make the visitor feel relax after their journey.


CONCEPT

THE FLOW OF EMOTIONS We create a flow of emotions to satisfy five senses of visitor. In each space we chose a sense to enhance the visitor’ feeling and make them surprise. By combining the lastest technologies, the ambient lighting, materials and the cure shape, the visitor can connect their sensation while they are walking through the rooms.

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easy installation room for driver

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room for room for room for driver driver driver

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LED PANEL DETAIL 130

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led strip led strip led strip

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We want what the visitor see is not only the texts, we also desire to enhance the sight of visitor by making these texts alive. The ideas is adding motion on the infomation boards and create a dark tunnel for visitors totally forcus on what they see and feel it.


By using the small luminaires to maintain the flow in the previous space, we also add timeline for these to help visitor can concentrate in their sight and hearing information from the screen.

DIGITAL PRESENTATION AREA

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D01 | RAIL INSTALLATION

D01 | RAIL INSTALLATION D02 | WALL WASHERS installation bracket

installation bracket expanded steel ceiling rail

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installation rail

installation rail

expanded steel ceiling expanded steel ceiling rail

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iGuzzini akzu Linealuce Dux A5 (GLC) (AA5)

akzu Dux A5 (AA5)

expanded steel ceiling

installation rail 1

20mm tube mill

20mm tube mill

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iGuzzini Linealuce (GLC)

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MAIN DISPLAY AREA

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To satisfy the visitor’s feeling about the company’s products, we create a white space for people to see more clearly about the products. By applying the luminaires directly on the demo tools to avoid the shadow, the products can look more attract and charm the visitor. SECTION 1-1

D03 | SKYLIGHT LIGHTING

D03 | SKYLIGHT LIGHTING

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dazian pearl

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ercoerco lightgap light (E502) (E50


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BRAINSTORMING ROOM We want to create a welcome atmosphere for the special visitor. The lighting effect will be adjusted to the same logo’s color of the client in a few minute. After that, the general lighting will be turned on for working.


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INTERIOR PROJECT POLITECNICO DI MILANO

PIAZZA MERCANTI Professor PIERO CASTIGLIONI SUSANNA ANTICO Colleague ARTUN S. AGBULUT CAMILLA SAN MAURO


PIAZZA MERCANTI

1. Palazzo della Ragione, 1233

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4. The Loggia degli Osii, 1316

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2. The Casa Panigarola,the 15th century

5. The Portico della Ferrata, 1325

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CONCEPT

RISVEGLIARE L’ARCHITETTURA AWAKING THE ARCHITECTURE Piazza Mercanti is in the central of Milan, but it fell into obscurity. Six masterpiece historical buildings are sleeping and by lighting, we desire they can be waked up. The lighting concept depends on our respect for history and renovation for present. That’s mean these buildings will be illuminated to enhance aesthetic and architecture elements by general and highlight lighting. The lighting somewhere can change color to attract more people visit this area.


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KEY 1 Palazzo della Ragione

5 PM - 7PM

7 PM - 11 PM

11 PM - 03 AM

General lighting

Highlight architecture

Reducing intensity


KEY 21 The Entries

Installing the filter in front of the luminaire to create

Changing color to attractive visitor

The small inox patterns are added in the floor to create the refection effect and direct people’s steps to the square.

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KEY 31 The Casa Panigarola The Baroque Palazzo delle Scuole Palatine The Loggia degli Osii The Portico della Ferrata


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FACADE LIGHTING ELEK ELECTRONICS. CO., LTD

HA LONG DC HOTEL ARCHITECT : Dubosc et Associés Architecture

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ARCHITECTURE CONCEPT

UNCHANGED

UNCONTROLLED

overlooking Halong Bay and Halong City. Being one of the highest building of Ha long, it offer its business and leisure

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WILD

WONDER - WHO KEPT THE CONTROL?

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NATURE

BALANCE THE LIGHT TO SATISFY BETWEEN NATURE AND HUMAN

Halong DC Hotel might be the best place to admire the beauty of Halong’s panoramic view. It has 80 luxurious rooms

customers a five star full service.


CONCEPT

The voice of nature

The natural world is full of beautiful and amazing things and human found themselves free and healed within nature. Seeing wild places is not only essential to human well-being, but also a source of primitive strength. Embracing all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty is one of the human’s mission. For that reason, also based on the architectual form, Elek design team would like to create the lighting which is simple, and most importantly respect the true value of wilderness, harmonies of nature, the balance and beauty of the natural world.

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HOW TO WORK OF THE SMART SYSTEM

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The lighting solution is supposed to highlight the architecture, attract the tourists, save energy. Yet it should be more. We desire to bring more human-centered effects into the lighting. The system will be turned on from 5pm to 12am.

The first thing they do is turn on the light by insert the card/ key/ switch.

When people left their room

They turn off the light by their card/ key/ switch.

In this time, the light in balcony will be turned on too. It lights up the facade and will turn off by people when they go to sleep.

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When people enter their room.

In this time, the lights in balcony flash on and off, unstill people come back to the room.


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5pm - 6pm

6pm - 11pm

12am - morning

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INTERIOR LIGHTING ELEK ELECTRONICS. CO., LTD

DHV HOUSE ARCHITECT : HOMA Architect

LIGHTING CONCEPT Lighting has a huge effect on human’s emotion. The lighting concept is inspired by Homa Architect concept and we pursue to enhance the emotion of this project - by lighting The idea for lighting comes from the balance between strong line of architect and flexible shapes of nature such as leaves, fish... We want to bring a cozy, and peaceful ambiance for the owners.

REFRACTOR

SHADOW

LINEAR SOURCE

MOOD BOARD


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THANK YOU NGUYEN HOANG PHUONG HANH LIGHTING DESIGNER nguyenhanhnt10@gmail.com

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