The Hammock design by Winy Maas
Royal Philips Electronics reaffirms its commitment to being a leading partner in architectural lighting by staging ‘Transitions’, on the 16th of June at the Dubai World Trade Center’s Hall 1, inviting engineers, architects and designers to experience at first hand the amazing effects of light.
The event features exhibits from six leading architects and lighting designers, who have each been invited to design the interior of a full sized 60-feet container using Philips’ latest lighting solutions, expressing their imaginative visions for the future of light while using the containers as their exposition space.
Exhibiting their Lighting designs and themes are:
Winy Maas - Hammock
Fabio Novembre - Post digital
Lichtkunstlicht - 4 spheres
Henning Larsen Architects - I see what eye see
BDP - Life Cycle
Treush architects - Human Battery Charger
“‘Transitions: Light on the move’ is all about new departures, new directions and new perceptions. It has been conceived as a platform for a visionary dialogue as we travel together on a fascinating journey of discovery”, said Paolo Cervini - General Manager of Philips Lighting Middle East. “For Philips, this event exemplifies our strong focus on innovative projects and our ongoing commitment to support our creative and industrial partners with innovations and expertise in architectural lighting”, he adds.
Philips has a strong tradition of pioneering innovation and drive to offer people better living and working conditions. By providing advanced energy-efficient solutions for all segments including Outdoor (road & city beautification) and Indoor (retail & hospitality, healthcare, offices and home), Philips has been instrumental in enhancing sustainability through innovations in lighting solution.
This themed event will enable specifiers to witness Philips’ indoor and outdoor architectural lighting competences and help them turn their visions and ideas into reality.