Topic: Unity

As you may know, ELLI is currently conducting a training program dedicated to advancing lighting designers in design theory. This includes the principles of composition and understanding how to use critiques, as a tool to advance with.

This past week, we covered the final principle--Unity, as understood in art. We addressed how the different elements of an artwork come together to provide a sense of cohesion and wholeness. As part of this study, we looked at how unity can be achieved by ensuring proximity, simplicity, and repetition in design.

The photo below was provided by Lighthouse Outdoor Lighting, where Tim Ryan and his team provided an excellent example of unity. Each of the parts (compositionally speaking) which include balance, contrast, emphasis, pattern & rhythm, and movement work together to ensure unity in this space. There is no 'negative space' experienced in this setting because it naturally flows to the purpose and emphasis of the front door.

Well done, Tim. This program is called, "Lighting Design Awareness," and it will be offered again in January of 2023. It's the foundation to true lighting design advancement. Although this program was developed primarily for landscape lighting design professionals, it can apply to most lighting design applications...the concepts are the same. Please feel free to reach out to me if you are interested to sign up for future offerings--class spaces are limited to 8-10 people. The reason for this is to ensure that all involved are engaged and participating

Source: Mark Carlson, ELLI, USA

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Topic: Unity As you may know, ELLI is currently conducting a training program dedicated to advancing lighting designers in design theory. This includes the principles of composition and understanding how to use critiques, as a tool to advance with. This past week, we covered the final principle--Unity, as understood in art. We addressed how the different elements of an artwork come together to provide a sense of cohesion and wholeness. As part of this study, we looked at how unity can be achieved by ensuring proximity, simplicity, and repetition in design. The photo below was provided by Lighthouse Outdoor Lighting, where Tim Ryan and his team provided an excellent example of unity. Each of the parts (compositionally speaking) which include balance, contrast, emphasis, pattern & rhythm, and movement work together to ensure unity in this space. There is no 'negative space' experienced in this setting because it naturally flows to the purpose and emphasis of the front door. Well done, Tim. This program is called, "Lighting Design Awareness," and it will be offered again in January of 2023. It's the foundation to true lighting design advancement. Although this program was developed primarily for landscape lighting design professionals, it can apply to most lighting design applications...the concepts are the same. Please feel free to reach out to me if you are interested to sign up for future offerings--class spaces are limited to 8-10 people. The reason for this is to ensure that all involved are engaged and participating Source: Mark Carlson, ELLI, USA #elli #landscapelighting #lightingdesign #landscapearchitecture #lightingasart #lightingdesign #elli #landscapelighting #landscapearchitecture #lightingcomposition #lightasart #lights #lightingideas #lightingcontrol #ledlight #indoorlighting
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