89116 Lighting Studio: Final Project12cp
Requisite(s): 24 credit points of completed study in spk(s): MAJ04006 Lighting Major M Design
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
The Lighting major aims to equip graduates with the intuition, ability and aspiration to become leading practising professionals or researchers in the field of lighting, with well-rounded and high-level expertise, social consciousness and global perspective. The main focus of the major is an open and progressive approach to advance the analytical thinking skills and creativity of its participants. The major provides a solid understanding of the physics and human factors of lighting, extensive hands-on experience, and wider context considerations relating to lighting design. It is structured to give its participants the opportunity to cultivate and share knowledge through research, experimentation, collaboration and communication; to shape and continually improve the future of the lighting design profession.
This studio is based on the model of a fictive/actual architectural lighting design project. The participants are responsible for developing and communicating their lighting design solutions for this project from initiation to final documentation. The studio advances the skills of the participants to manage multi-faceted aspects relating to lighting design through providing them with a broad appreciation of real-life project considerations.
Autumn session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.25