Lighting Design Collective (LDC) received significant worldwide recognition for its award-winning scheme for Silo 468, an abandoned oil tank transformed into a permanent art installation. Located near the sea, in an area known for its strong winds, LDC was inspired by this setting and used the combination of natural light, wind, and movement of light on the water as a source of inspiration for the formulation of their lighting concept.
Tuomas Uusheimo Lighting Design Collective (LDC) received significant worldwide recognition for its award-winning scheme for Silo 468, an abandoned oil tank transformed into a permanent art installation. Located near the sea, in an area known for its strong winds, LDC was inspired by this setting and used the combination of natural light, wind, and movement of light on the water as a source of inspiration for the formulation of their lighting concept.

LUCI (Lighting Urban Community International), will hold its annual meeting in Helsinki from Sept. 23 – 27. Highlights of the event include a look at two of the cities award-winning lighting projects: Silo 468 and the Helsinki Senate Square lighting plan. As part of the open conference sessions, lighting projects and initiatives taking place in Budapest, Hungary; Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Seoul, South Korea; and Toulouse, France will be presented. Session will also discuss the advances taking place in the areas of safety and visual perception, LED measurements, and light pollution. The meeting will conclude with the city.people.light award ceremony, which will announce the winning cities in the 13th edition of this annual urban lighting design competition. Conference registration deadline is Sept. 10. Click here for more details.