Light is the fourth dimension of architecture.

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Light is the fourth dimension of architecture.

Oncology Centre, Dillingen

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Lightscan. Dynamic ceiling illumination for a wide spatial impression

Using Lightscan façade luminaires to washlight ceilings in airports, train stations, arcades and passages

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Using light to model history: the Imperial Forums in Rome

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Review of current awards

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Tesis. The benchmark in the outdoor area

An innovative archetype in outdoor lighting

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Business in white

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Skim. The compact introduction to perfect light

The low-cost recessed luminaire for office and general lighting

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Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum

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Lightgap. Emphasising wall structures for a three-dimensional effect

Grazing light wallwashers accentuate surface texture on walls

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Bringing majestic dimensions to life: The relighting of Milan Cathedral

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