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Friday, October 9 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
ART : Lighting Japanese Museums : The Great Change

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Japan has been rapidly adopting LED lighting for art galleries and museums due to its evolving color rendering properties and light emitting efficiency. Lighting designers Ryuichi Sawada and Tatsuya Iwai, responsible for four such lighting projects, introduce LED-related works in Japan at the Hoki Museum, Arts Maebash, the Heisei Chishinkan Wing of the Kyoto National Museum and the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum. Each lecture addresses a different style of project, and attendees can expect to learn something about optimal LED lighting design in regard to each. Also covered will be matters of harmony in architecture and lighting, issues that arose in the process of design and construction and their resolution, and the reception the designs have received from the project owners, artistic staff, and visitors. Attendees can expect hints and inspiration that can be put to use in future exhibition space LED lighting projects.


Speakers
avatar for Tatsuya Iwai IALD

Tatsuya Iwai IALD

President, Iwai Lumimedia Design Co
Tatsuya Iwai is an independent designer with over 35 years of widely varied experience in lighting. He is a graduate of the Department of Architecture, College of Science and Technology at Nihon University. | Iwai has held the chief lighting designer with TL Yamagiwa laboratory inc... Read More →
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Ryuichi Sawada

President, Sawada Lighting Design & Analysis Inc
Ryuichi Sawada was born in Fukuoka Prefecture in 1964. After graduating from the College of Art and design, Scenography Studies at Musashino Art University, Sawada joined TL Yamagiwa Institute in 1987. In 1990, he participate din the founding of Lighting Planners Associates Inc and... Read More →



Friday October 9, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Rooms: Key 11 + 12

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