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2012 Creating a Public Lighting Experience

(give time to load before viewing ) Urban Innovation Design, from Vision to Implementation
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Lorna Goulden

on 21 June 2015

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Transcript of 2012 Creating a Public Lighting Experience

HOV route
Pedestrian crossings: shared spaces
capitalising on the optical illusion of foreshortening to reduce the number of lighting units
Leidingstraat
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courtesy of Wolfgang Klein
STRIJP-S Creating a public lighting experience
Direction and Scope
capitalise on the effect light can have on how people perceive and experience a space
balancing functionality and aesthetics
priority with safety and well-being but also their enjoyment of the area
LED - Small, efficient and dynamically controllable
development in phases from 2010 through until 2020
incorporate the latest technology whilst remaining adaptable to eventual change
actively develop a testbed for experimentation, providing the opportunity for one-of-a-kind lighting solutions
sustainability is one the three 'red' threads in the vision for the public lighting of the city of Eindhoven
'intelligent sustainability' approach - light where light is needed
investigate energy neutral options plus constant monitoring and feedback
Experience scenarios
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