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really starts in before 1954 Kevan was born. It all gets a bit hazy for the next wee while - we like to call these Kevan's Lost Years. We think he left them on the road somewhere. 1989 when Kevan hung up his roadie
hat and founded Kevan Shaw Lighting Design Back in those days, it was just Kevan working out of his boxroom. Although he did find the time to make some pretty cool light art with Malcolm Innes. 1992 Luckily for us, in Kevan decided his boxroom wasn't big
enough to hold his business ambitions,
and Kevan Shaw Lighting Design moved
here: 4 Baltic Street, in sunny Leith in Edinburgh,
where we have been based ever since. Even more luckily, the decor has moved on since those early days. . . . 1992 was quite a momentous year for
the practice in other ways too . . . St Mungo's Museum in Glasgow was Commended at the Lighting
Design Awards - our first ever award
winning project! 1995 By the practice had grown enough
to take over the office next door. 2001 marked our first major LED project -
the Public Institute for Social Security in Kuwait. This project blah blah blah blah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2007 In Kevan launched Save the Bulb: 2009 The incandescant lamp ban came into effect.
etc was a busy year for KSLD . . . Kevan was appointed Director of Sustainability for PLDA, 2008 saw the opening of the Public in West Bromwich. This Will Alsop designed art centre aimed to create a landmark and kick-start regeneration in the area. Lighting Design Awards 2009: Winner, Public Building category Of course, we had time for work as well,
completing the Celtic Gateway bridge in Anglesey . . . . . . and Aspire Tower in Doha,
just in time for the
Asian Games. Video animation to
get inserted here Media facade etc, programmed to create fireworks, etc etc etc. 2005 In we completed one of our largest UK projects to date, the RBS Headquarters at Gogarburn, Edinburgh. 2006 1998 National Museum of Scotland 2010 2011 2002 Team Glen Etive camping trip Edinburgh City Chambers
2005 / 2006 / 2007 Tigerlily Glasgow - Edinburgh charity cycle ride 2006 KSLD Christmas Card
Mini chandelier - now in the V&A collection! Check it out: 1990s rag-roll-tastic. Kevan chose the colour himself especially. Don't be put off coming to visit us though - it doesn't look like this anymore! Shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize 1999; RIBA Award Winner 1999. Middle East Lighting Design Awards 2007:
Winner, Public Building category Middle East Lighting Design Awards 2008:
Winner, Exterior Lighting Lighting Design Awards 2011: Winner, Public Building category.
Shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2011; RIBA Award winner 2011. The Ashmolean Museum,
Oxford City Chambers, Edinburgh
Main Council Chamber refurbishment Scottish Design Awards 2010: Commendation; Re-use of a Listed Building Tanfield, Edinburgh Lighting Design Awards 2010:
Finalist, Workplace Lighting category
BCO Awards 2010: Winner, Refurbished Workplace within Scotland category Bespoke 'beehive' pendants in the factory at Mike Stoane Lighting Al-Tijaria Tower, Kuwait. Lighting Design Awards 2011:
Commended, International Projects category Kevan's 55th Birthday party and KSLD's 21st Birthday party Holburne Museum, Bath Museum + Heritage Awards for Excellence 2012: joint Winner.
AJ100 Building of the Year Award 2012: Highly Commended. Hotel Missoni, Kuwait Midsummer BBQ and inaugural sandcastle building competition Light painting community projects: 'Save Inverleith Park' campaign guerilla lighting event and The Causey pop-up lighting event. Photography by Malcolm Innes Photography by Paul Zanre Photography by James Gibson Photography by Rezidor Photography by James Gibson Photography by Arwel Roberts The landscape lighting at RBS was Commended in the Exterior Lighting category at the 2006 Lighting Design Awards. Photography by Malcolm Innes After a scenic detour to Clydebank, XX punctures, XX hours and XX miles later, we finally made it home to Edinburgh. new logo designed by Claire Photography by Rezidor Simple Minds Sons and Fascination tour, 1981.
Kevan . . . . . 2012 Photography by Millers Photography an anti-campaign against the ban of incandescent lamps. In 2008, the UK Government announced that a Europe-wide agreement had been reached with the lighting industry to withdraw traditional light bulbs from sale, starting with 150W+ lamps in January 2009. Similar moves have already been made in Australia and are underway in the USA.
While CFLi lamps – the lamps touted as replacements for traditional bulbs – can potentially offer energy savings, there needs to be official recognition of the negative environmental issues associated with them, including lack of recycling facilities, problems of disposal with household waste and mercury content.
Kevan started the Save the Bulb website to provide a venue for discussion by lighting professionals and other interested parties, to allow consideration of the wider issues involved. representing the lighting design profession at European level as an official consultee on EU Eco Design legislation.