*공간을 만드는 힘, 라이트 앤드 워터 [ DGT Architects ] Luce Tempo Luogo

공간, 빛 그리고 물과 만나다:
공간은 무엇으로 구획되고
만들어 지는가?
공간형성을 이질적인 재료로 표현하는
색다른 전시회가 열렸다.

우리는 먼저 길고 좁은 하얀색 터널과 만나게 된다.
터널안의 길게 난 조명(빛)은 공간의 시작을
알리는 메신저 역활로
공간을 만들어내는 첫번째 요소
선을 표현한다.

두번째,긴복도를 지나 만나는 중정에서
오래된 건물의 파사드와 만난다.
바닥의 네모반듯한 물이 담긴 풀에 비친
건물의 파사드는 다시 재생되어
새로운 면으로 우리에게 다가온다.
공간을 만들어 내는 요소
면을 만난다.

선과 물이 만나 3차원 공간을 만들어 낸다.
리니어한 빛을 따라 연출되는 물줄기의 면은
비물질적인 물의 형태를 반영하듯
낙수하며 새로운 면의 형태를 만들어 내고
그 면을 따라 흐르는 빛은
물의 면과 만나면서
우리가 느끼고 호흡하는
공간을 만든다.

놀라우면서 재미있고 신선하다.
우리는 왜 이렇게 물질적인 구축방법에
몰두에 있을까? 조금만 더 다른 시각에서 보면
다른 공간이 보이는데 말이다.
물론 이벤트고 일회성의 전시일 수도 있지만
생각하는 힘을 길러주는 것에
한표 준다.

Toshiba >>> Leading Innovation!  That’s how we best know this brand; this year they surprise us as Toshiba explores the theme of ‘Luce Tempo Luogo’ in a lighting installation at the Cortile di Via Savona at Zona Tortona.  Toshiba also participated for the first time in Euroluce in the main FIERA district, where it showcased its full portfolio of LED lighting, including its latest Light engine, proving once more its brand motto right for its leading innovation.



However, we at Yatzer were mind-blown with ‘Luce Tempo Luogo’, a themed exhibition which was the result of the teaming up of DORELL.GHOTMEH.TANE / DGT ARCHITECTS and Mr. Izumi Okayasu with Toshiba.  Conveniently located at Zona Tortona, Cortile di Via Savona is a unique building built over a century ago, although only the walls remain today the building has witnessed major events in the country’s history.   The building was studied carefully, so that greater value through creativity could be applied to the exhibition in this unique space.  The exhibition installation undulates in three separate spaces; the entrance, the courtyard and the main interior space.



Upon entrance, a pure white tunnel contrasting to the structural ruins of this historic building is the ‘access’ to the installation, a single light line stretching along the ceiling is reflected onto the stream of water on the floor yet to become another line of light.  Continuing our journey to second space, the courtyard, where constant ripples created on the water’s surface are illuminated by the sun during the day and by LED’s at night, and these ripples are then reflected on a single wall that survived over the century that passed.  The shimmering, swaying body of water imbues the remaining wall with moments of light.



Continuing into the main interior space is a darkened room creating magnificent and imposing feelings as innumerable pulses of LED lights engage in recreation through curtains of water, creating feelings, moods and effects hard to describe as they only exist at that time and in that place!  An almost fantastical space, where multiple layers of water curtains are constantly transformed as the result of the effect of countless LED bulbs. The installation explores the possibilities of LED in conveying emotional resonance.   Realized through the collaboration of an international team and harnessing multiple concepts, the installation explores and demonstrates how new technologies create new value.



Furthermore, Toshiba is also participating at Euroluce, Milan Salone’s dedicated lighting exhibition, showcasing its new LED light engine, which embodies the new GH76p cap developed with BJB, a leading manufacturer for lighting fittings in Germany. Designed to achieve 1600 lumens and 1100 lumens output in a 90mm by 42mm slim compact body, to support dimming, and available in three color temperatures, this bright, easy-to-load, universal LED expands the creativity of designers and architects  to wider applications, including ceilings, down lights and garden lights. Toshiba also showcased the design of a candle type LED lamp chandelier, and its wide line-up of LED lighting.



Today, lighting is much more than a means to light up rooms and public spaces, and LED lighting can do much more than contribute to saving energy. Light has an emotional power that creates atmosphere and enriches life.  Toshiba celebrates this quality as akari, a Japanese concept that conveys the ability of lighting to appeal deeply to our senses and emotions.  Toshiba, brings new technologies and innovative design to Milan’s fairgrounds at the Salone, after all, that’s what Salone is all about!


Venue: Milan, Italy, Cortile di Via Savona, Tortona area
Theme: ''Luce Tempo Luogo''
Direction: Toshiba Corporation
Cooperation: Toshiba Lighting and Technology Corporation
Creation: DGT Architects (DORELL.GHOTMEH.TANE / ARCHITECTS)
Technical Support:
Izumi Okayasu – Lighting designer, Izumi Okayasu Lighting Design // Masafumi Shinoda – Technical Adviser, Tamon Co.,Inc.
Creative Direction: Nobuhiro Fushiya – Creative Director (Chief Specialist of Toshiba Corporation Design Center)
Area of exhibition: approximately 500 sq.m

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