English | 2021 | ASIN : B09515YS14 | 220 pages | PDF | 331.93 MB

At Office for Visual Interaction (OVI) we are more than lighting designers, we are a collective of philosophers — a team of storytellers who extract the meaning of an architectural vision and translate it, extend it and enrich it to produce legacy-worthy masterpieces illuminated by a rich narrative. Through an exploration of OVI’s impressive portfolio, ‘Lighting Design and Process’ provides unrivaled insight into the craft of architectural lighting design. This vivid, illustrated record showcases only some of the firm’s work-there are always new stories to be told. Utilizing an intensive, behind-the-scenes perspective, the book eloquently describes the skill, strategy, and passion behind some of OVI’s most astonishing projects. On page after page, OVI’s prowess and imagination are unmistakable-from the iconic New York Times building in Manhattan to the Zaha Hadid-designed King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center in Riyadh to every landscape, retail experience, and product design in between. Featuring a forward by Professor Dietrich Neumann and over 200 pages of photographs, renderings, and diagrams, ‘Lighting Design and Process,’ tells the story of OVI-indeed, the story of light itself-in stunning detail.