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Nordic Light: Interpretations in Architecture

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Nordic Light is a 240-pages book with a wide array of lighting projects in nordic architecture as well as essays about light in late 19th century art form. The book contains architects and comtemporary artists such as Snøhetta, Olafur Eliasson, Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects and Henning Larsen Architects. The graphic elements presented in the book is an interpretation between northern lights and architectural sketching.

Content 001 Introduction / Petter N. Haug 003 Essay writers 005 On the cultural history of Nordic light and lighting / Jan Garnert

013 In the lighthouse / Per Olaf Fjeld 023 The ambience of Nordic Light / Juhani Pallasma 033 The editor’s reflections / Natalia Sørensen

Projects 035 Culture buildings 057 Infrastructure 077 Service and commercial

117 Public realm 149 Private houses 183 Installations 199 Façades

231 Afterword / John C. Ellies 233 Image Credits 234 Bibliography and source

Publisher: Nordlys – Nordic Lighting Organisations Language: English Pages: 236  ISBN-10: 8299799449 ISBN-13: 978-8299799447

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