Interactive lighting architect Dominic Harris believes that lighting can make or break a great architectural scheme. Here he speaks about his lighting creation Walk the Light for the tunnel entrance to the Victoria & Albert Museum during London Design Festival. The light is playful and introduces an element of surprise as it follows visitors as they walk through the tunnel.
We further catch up with Rowena Preiss, the creative director of Philips Lighting in the UK. She believes that the role of designers is to connect people to their environment and that lighting is the most powerful tool for design.
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