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Swarovski "Master Of Light"

Prize(s) Winners in Fashion Design Lighting / Visitor Experience & Museum Exhibition
Company Raiden Studios Ltd
Lead Designers Freddie Bonfanti
Other Designer's names Luca Moscelli, exhibition designer
Client Swarovski
Photo Credits Swarovski
Completion Date 19 september 2023
Project Location Shanghai
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Entry Description

The "Master of Light" exhibition embodies a harmonious interplay between unseen light and Swarovski’s timeless crystals. This design is a seamless dance of concealed light sources and reflective elegance, creating a labyrinth of luminance where each crystal narrates its unique story. Mirrors strategically placed throughout the space weave tales of reflective harmony, revealing the subtle dance between shadow and brilliance.

Luxam micro luminaires, carefully embedded, offer a seamless glow, spotlighting the crystals, while larger mini profiles and 400w HMI projectors shape the ambient brilliance around the fashion displays and larger crystals, respectively. LED tapes are harmoniously integrated, maintaining the delicate balance between light and shadow.

Pathway lights guide the observers through a kaleidoscope of reflections, offering a journey of discovery and wonder, while the design employs energy-efficient solutions, promising adaptability and sustainability.

In conclusion, the exhibition is a symphony of unseen brilliance and crystalline splendor, leaving a lingering imprint of luminous elegance and profound harmony, transforming each observer's experience into an immersive journey through the radiant dance of Swarovski’s masterpieces.
Sustainability Approach

The sustainability approach for the "Master of Light" exhibition is inherently interwoven with a commitment to environmental responsibility and ecological consciousness. The design incorporates energy-efficient lighting solutions such as LED tapes and low-energy luminaires, meticulously analyzed for their energy performance, ensuring a harmonious balance between illumination quality and energy consumption. The modular and adaptable nature of the selected lighting equipment is designed for refitting and reuse, allowing components to be repurposed for future exhibitions, thus promoting a circular economy and reducing waste. A concerted effort is made to minimize the project's carbon footprint by prioritizing locally sourced, sustainable, and eco-friendly materials and by implementing rigorous recycling and waste management practice practices during the installation and dismantling phases.