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ART & DESIGN / 100W CHALLENGE

THURSDAY

GIA EQUATION Taking inspiration from nature, GIA worked the seasons using the colour and texture of the building to create emotion. At the centre of their narrative was a young ballerina, daydreaming about the cycle of life while she dances to Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. The house exists only in her dreams and so anything becomes possible. As a consequence the spaces had surreal quality. The upper room represented autumn, and the rooms directly below took on summer and spring identities. On the stairs, time was excelerated and kept changing, while the dining room provided a timeless space. The room below the dining room respresented a cold winter scene. www.giaequation.co.uk

WATTS USED: 88.45W Photos: Tom Niven

FRIDAY

PAUL NULTY LIGHTING DESIGN Reflecting on the heyday of the silver screen, Paul Nulty’s studio relished in the historical nature of the building and built a story around the journey through the house. Each room was lit dramatically, providing clues and creating a sinister mystery around what would happen next. At the top of the house, the end result was unexpected. www.paulnulty.co.uk

WATTS USED: 93.75W Photos: Tom Niven

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mondo*arc Jun/Jul 2014 - Issue 79  

mondo*arc is the leading international magazine in architectural lighting design. Targeted specifically at the lighting specification market...

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