Lighting Planners Associates
AMANEMU / THE SANYA EDITION / TOKYO GARDEN TERRACE
KIOICHO / THE PRINCE GALLERY TOKYO KIOICHO / MEDIACORP
CAMPUS / OASIA HOTEL DOWNTOWN / KUSATSU ONSEN, YUBATAKE /
VANKELI OF JIANGYAN / GUANGZHOU TIANHUI PLAZA / LE MERIDIEN
HUIZHOU / NOVA / CROWNE PLAZA CHANGI AIRPORT / URBANNET
GINZA 1-CHOME BUILDING / JR CHIBA STATION, CONCOURSE /
SATARO YAMAMOTO STORE "KARINTO WAREHOUSE"
MIE 2016 Mitsui Fudosan / Kerry Hill Architects
This is a villa-style resort project situated in a richly
forested national park overlooking Ago Bay in Mie
Prefecture. Trying to achieve minimalism of light, a
key phrase for the lighting design is “dialog with
moonlight.” The lighting environment aims to help
guest fully enjoy the bright display of moon and stars
on cloudless nights with subdued landscape lighting,
but also generate an atmosphere of high quality
三 亚 艾 迪 逊 酒 店
THE SANYA EDITION
SANYA 2016 Sanya Jinghope Real Estate / SCDA / CAPC / SWA
The EDITION is a unique series of luxury boutique hotel under the lead of Ian Schrager and Marriott Group.
Being the first and ever largest scale resort hotel amount the collection, it embraces with a feature largest
private ocean in Asia. The lighting design concept was contemporary elegance in a tropical environment.
Sleek architectural elements and natural tropical tree forms are highlighted to create a fusion to be
appreciated both day and night. The guestrooms are warmly wrapped in light to create a relaxing atmosphere,
while restaurants and other public areas fill with contrast of light and shadow to establish a sense of luxurious
東 京 ガーデンテラス 紀 尾 井 町
TOKYO GARDEN TERRACE KIOICHO
TOKYO 2016 Seibu Properties / Nikken Sekkei / Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates / Placemedia
This large-scale, multi-use, redevelopment project in the middle of Tokyo takes advantage of the surrounding
rich greenery and local history to create a nightscape with its own personality. This project has various faces
embedded into the facility, including office, hotel, shopping mall, residence, and walking paths. A suitable
color temperature plan is detailed for each function and various lighting methods are proposed according to
location. At night, each area is richly differentiated for a charming, mixed–use community.
ザ・プリンスギャラリー 東 京 紀 尾 井 町
THE PRINCE GALLERY TOKYO KIOICHO
TOKYO 2016 Seibu Properties / Prince Hotels / Rockwell Group
Europe / Nikken Sekkei
The entire site is thoroughly glare-free and planned
with high-color rendering light for a comfortable lighting
environment. In collaboration with the interior designer,
linear indirect lighting is designed to overlap when
reflected in the window, creating a luminous frame for
the Tokyo nightscape.
SINGAPORE 2016 Mediacorp / Maki & Associates / DPA
This is a new media complex for a Singapore TV
broadcasting station. The structure is comprised of
three large masses, divided into broadcasting center,
theatre, and office HQ. At night the volumes create an
edgy, stylish façade. The lighting plan is flexible to
adjust to various functions and working styles necessary
of a broadcasting station. However, lighting is not only
functional, but enjoyable for visitors in public areas, along
tour routes, and in the theatre.
OASIA HOTEL DOWNTOWN
SINGAPORE 2016 Far East Organization / WOHA /
This new hotel in central business area of Singapore
features a red screen as façade cladding with crawling
plants softly illuminated from the inner side. The
architecture stands out as a big lantern, creating an
iconic nightscape. Uplights in three sky terraces cast
silhouettes of trees onto the ceiling and also create
soft ambient light for public spaces.
草 津 温 泉 湯 畑
KUSATSU ONSEN, YUBATAKE
GUNMA 2016 Kusatsu town / Kitayama & Company /
Kojiro Kitayama + K Architect & Associates
Kusatsu Hot Spring is a very popular tourist location. In
the last few years the landscape has begun to change
as the surrounding infrastructure is upgraded. As part
of this, an upgrade in landscape lighting is planned for
the hot water fields and Sainokawara Park. In the first
round of construction, the after-hours lighting surrounding
the symbolic Kusatsu Hot Water Fields was upgraded.
The hot water beds are softly illuminated, coming to
form amongst the rising stream to delight visitors.
江 燕 路 ・ 万 科 里
VANKELI OF JIANGYAN
GUANGZHOU 2016 China Vanke / Gravity
A mix used development in the suburb of Guangzhou
including shopping mall and residential tower. Artwork
is scattered over the property creating a vibrant
shopping area. Architecturally integrated lighting
emphasizes the criss-crossing spaces and warm color
temperature lighting creates a relaxed atmosphere for
the residential tower.
广 州 天 汇 广 场
GUANGZHOU TIANHUI PLAZA
GUANGZHOU 2016 Sun Hung Kai Development / AGC Design /
A mix used development built in the most active,
redevelopment district of Guangzhou, includes
shopping mall, office space, and a hotel. On the south
side, there is a large plaza open to the public and
used by locals for relaxation and recreation. Lighting
is integrated with the interlayers of the shopping mall
façade to balance individual store lights, resulting in
an opaque glow over the entire façade.
惠 州 艾 美 酒 店
LE MERIDIEN HUIZHOU
HUIZHOU 2016 China Resources (Holdings) /
Foster + Partners / AB Concept
This resort hotel is located at Shaolin Bay in the
suburb of Huizhou, an hour drive from Shenzhen. The
architecture seems to spread its wings, revealing
volumes of structure expressed by the guestroom
corridor lighting. The texture of interior finishes and
the dynamism of space are well illuminated, while
keeping the atmosphere cozy and relaxing.
岭 南 站
FOSHAN 2016 Shui on Development / P&T / AECOM / KWP /
A mix used development with shopping mall and
office opened in Foshan. The commercial façade was
carefully planned to balance lighting in accordance
with a nearby temple and old townscape preservation
district, but highlight the architectural features and
façade setback for a lively atmosphere. Inside the
mall, a large atrium adds natural light to the lighting
layout which highlights shop façades, creating a
sophisticated shopping environment.
CROWNE PLAZA CHANGI
SINGAPORE 2016 OUE / WOHA
New 10-storey extension of the existing Crowne Plaza
Changi Airport Hotel next to Changi Airport Terminal 3,
developed by OUE to support the growth of Changi
Airport business. The lighting scheme highlights the
geometric shape of columns while emphasizing a
colorful flower bed along the guestroom balcony. The
unique mesh façade screen and the external wall are
gently washed to bridge with the existing hotel.
アーバンネット 銀 座 一 丁 目 ビル
URBANNET GINZA 1-CHOME BUILDING
TOKYO 2016 NTT Urban Development Corporation /
When possible, ceiling-mounted fixtures were reduced
and the ceiling is softly uplit to further create openness
in the spacious office entrance piloti. The rooftop is an
alfresco terrace and at night the calming atmosphere
creates a rich space to unwind and relax.
J R 千 葉 駅 コンコース
JR CHIBA STATION, CONCOURSE
CHIBA 2016 East Japan Railway / JR East Tokyo Electorical
Construction and System Integration Office / Nippon Tetsudou
After the 2011 earthquake disaster many cities were
expected to conserve electricity by turning off or
reducing lights. This included train stations, but we
started with a complete survey of the lighting
environment to rethink suitable station lighting.
Accordingly, we proposed a lighting environment with
moderate contrast and time-oriented lighting operations.
山 本 佐 太 郎 商 店 「かりんとう 倉 庫 」
SATARO YAMAMOTO STORE
GIFU 2016 Yoshitaka Ihara (YY architects)
A warehouse and working area for a young candy
maker and well-established confectionary of four
generations which makes a very popular Japanese
sweet, karinto. During the day, high sidelight windows
effectively take in natural light. At dusk, indirect lighting
softly spills outside through a filter of vertical lattice to
create a warm image in the nightscape.
Travelling Exhibition “Nightscape 2050 - A Dialogue between Cities-
Light-People in the Future” / Lighting Design Project for reviving from
Earthquake Disaster / Night Festival 2016 / Website Renewal / Lecture /
Media Appearance / Award / Internal Workshop / Refreshing Time /
LPA 2016 Activities & 2017 Goals / Major Contributions and Interviews
-A Dialogue between Cities-Light-People in the Future”
From August 2015 – June 2016, the Travelling Exhibition of Light was hosted graciously in four cosmopolitan cities,
Berlin, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo. This gave us the remarkable opportunity to animate thought and spark
off discussions with regards to the future interrelationship between cities, light and people, in the future. With
extensive coverage from the various media platforms and around 35,000 visitors to the exhibition, we greatly
appreciate the exposure and numerous reviews given. We send thanks to everyone, near and far, for realizing
our hopes of creating a wonderfully light and casual meeting of people through this travelling exhibition.
14th May - 10th June 2016
The culmination of the travelling exhibition was in Tokyo.
After wrapping up activities in all four cities, we reflected
on our initial purpose and outcome of the exhibition. Along
with the original travelling exhibition contents, the Tokyo
venue also displayed items specific to Tokyo in a tour of
seven gallery rooms, each with different themes. Based
on visions of Tokyo’s future, LPA also displayed themebased
proposals and held talk events.
Travelling Exhibition Sponsors ModuleX Inc. / ALTO CO., Ltd. / KOIZUMI LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY CORP. / DAIKO ELECTRIC CO., LTD. / Luci Pte.
Ltd. / Lutron Electronics / ENDO LIGHTING CORPORATION / TOKI CORPORATION / ERCO Lighting Pte. Ltd. / iGuzzini / Zumtobel Lighting GmbH /
Color Kinetics Japan Incorporated / Panasonic Corporation / WE-EF LIGHTING / Lumenpulse
About the Travelling Exhibition
Tokyo Exhibition Sponsors
Technical Support First Design System Inc. / Julia Japan Inc.
Lighting Model Workshop
In each city, children drew pictures of the future city. In
Tokyo this was taken one step further, children created
models of city lights. This workshop was held every
Saturday during the span of the exhibition for an
opportunity to not just see the exhibit, but also to
Learning from Children
Learning from Masters
Who is LPA?
Tokyo Nightscape 2050
LPA presented lighting proposals concerning the future of Tokyo exploring five different themes: “Tokyo”,
“Sumidagawa River”, the “Underground”, “Convenience Stores” and “Disasters”. Each proposal was presented
weekly by LPA staff and then critiqued by a special guest during the talks held. This provided a unique opportunity
for frank discussion of the Tokyo nightscape.
With concerning Tokyo’s individual neighborhoods that
present so diverse sceneries with refined sense of chaos, we
proposed an urban lighting rules and manners “Kaleidoscope
of light” for future Tokyo. Our special guest, Mr. Taro Igarashi,
suggested the need for a more daring and dramatic approach,
while special guest Mr. Kenya Hara hoped to see a nightscape
with more pianissimo light, soft and faint like a match flame.
How do we revive the banks of the Sumidagawa River, once a
thriving and vibrant center of everyday life during the Edo Period?
We focused our presentation on four elements representative of the
Sumidagawa River and created conceptual drawings using present
day images. Our special guest Mr. Hidenobu Jinnai appealed to
the reality of the proposal content, stating that unlike the river
embankments planned in European cities, like Paris or London, a
softer approach should betaken to protect the banks of the
We want the underground in the year 2050 to be a place to shock
the senses! From this image we proposed new underground
spaces based on four different concepts: connect with the city, flow
of time, breathing nature, and enjoying darkness. During the talk
session we discussed how in the past detailed cave drawing were
created in dark caves. From there, the talk enthusiastically pounded
the necessity for an absence of light and now is the time to trigger
our innate capacity to enjoy faint light and darkness.
Think about convenience stores as centers for major city functions…
We proposed a lighting plan based on the time of day and city
functions to create regional or local community hubs. We presented
images of lighting changes throughout the day, an alternative to the
traditional convenience store with the same light 24 / 7. Our special
guest, Ms. Tomomi Ishiyama, expecting a futuristic presentation,
was surprised by the cozy feeling of the proposal and realized that
despite the continuous advancement of technology, the basic
concept of light rooted in human beings is unchanged.
“Life-saving light in times of crisis”. In our daily lives, this lighting
system should be energy efficient and maintenance-free but a safe
and reassuring cornerstone in times of power outage. These ideas
were conveyed by a short movie based in Shibuya. Mr. Yoshiharu
Tsukamoto, our special guest, bluntly commented that prescribing
new law or infrastructure presented in the movie can be outdated
approach. However, by expanding the capacity of people to live with
lower amounts of light might be the key to surviving in times of
disaster; the eternal quest as lighting designers.
LPA 震 災 復 興 照 明 プロジェクト
Lighting Design Project for reviving from Earthquake Disaster
It has been 5 years since the start of the project and last year marked a new turn in our project activities. We
underwent hearing surveys concerning the lighting environment and other lighting issues around the time of the
earthquake by those effected in the disaster-stricken area of Kesennuma, Miyagi. Learning and knowing about the
lighting conditions during times of disaster and past-disaster are one way to attain hints in preparing for a disaster,
physically and mentally. When the results of our study are accumulated we plan to make the knowledge public.
With the help of local residents, the Akari Cafe reopened in the Koizumi area of Kesennuma. (The first visit was in
July 2012.) The Akari Cafe is just one part of the community revival process and an opportunity to witness the
beginnings of a community-wheeled project. In conjunction with the Kesennuma-Yokocho, temporary food stall
vendors setup to re-establish local economic activity, the Akari Cafe open in 2015 with a special event, in 2016 we
went back for a Christmas finale. The children made ornaments to decorate the previously used Yokocho lantern
wall and in the plaza nightscapes from all over the world were projected onto a screen.
Akari Christmas December 3, 2016
Koizumi Akari Cafe August 14, 2016
Supported by : TOKI CORPORATION, Shonan Co., Ltd. and others
Night Festival 2016 in Singapore
Aug. 19-27 @National Design Centre
Using contemporary means to evoke the natural
phenomenon of Komorebi, chief Mende and our Singapore
Office collaborated with students of National University of
Singapore for Night Festival 2016 from 19th -27th of
August. Our installation explores the relationship between
nature and technology. Charming visitors with the play of
light and form, beautiful shadows were seen gently
dancing across the atrium of the National Design Centre.
Visitors were also encouraged to define Komorebi for
themselves through this experience.
In collaboration with National University of Singapore, Division of Industrial Design School of Design & Environment / Design Incubation Centre
Part of Singapore Night Festival 2016 Event Supporter Technolite
LPA's long-waited website renewal has completed! The new design features our beautiful photos that are
continuously archived from past and ongoing projects. Our completed projects can be searched by map, project
type, completed year and other details. Our published books are also free to browse. News, exhibitions, and our
other activities are easy to access through the new website. Please feel free to visit and browse our updated
講 演 活 動 ・メディア 出 演
Lecture / Media Appearance
Lectures were held throughout the world.
Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan, Lighting Design Award
Award of Distinction :
"Minna No Mori" Gifu Media Cosmos
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) Illumination Awards
Award of Distinction :
"Minna No Mori" Gifu Media Cosmos
Award of Merit :
SINO-OCEAN TAIKOO LI CHENGDU
National Gallery Singapore
International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) Lighting Design Award
Award of Merit :
"Minna No Mori" Gifu Media Cosmos
Each staff member picks a theme and is responsible for
study and research of the topic. Internal progress reports
and presentations are held to increase know-how about
light and lighting from various points of view.
At the Singapore office, staff participate in the training
workshop, SKISkill Knowledge Improvement, an
important tool for skill improvement and information
LPA also plans non-working events for internal team building and communication between the three offices.
Tokyo, Singapore & Hong Kong
LPA 25th Anniversary Internal Party
Singapore & Hong Kong
Chinese New Year Lunch
Office Retreat Singapore-HK Tokyo
LPA Open House
Office Retreat Tokyo Nagasaki
LPA 2016 年 の 概 況 と2017 年 への 展 望
LPA 2016 Activities & 2017 Goals
Travelling exhibition on lighting completed.
“Nightscape 2050 – a Dialogue between cities - light - people in the Future”. An exhibition commemorating LPA’s
25th anniversary completed with the final show in Tokyo in June 2016 after Berlin, Singapore and Hong Kong.
The exhibition provided a platform for the discussion of visions on nightscape in 2050 in these cities. Each show
also offered considerations of its own localized issues. It was held for 5 months in total with around 35,000
visitors; workshops and symposiums organized during the exhibition also attracted an interested audience.
Numerous lighting design awards.
“Aman Tokyo”, ““Minna No Mori” Gifu Media Cosmos”, “SINO-OCEAN TAIKOO LI CHENGDU” and “National Gallery
Singapore” projects received awards/recognition from international lighting awards. Among the 4 projects, ““Minna
No Mori” Gifu Media Cosmos” received three awards: the Award of Distinction from the Illuminating Engineering
Institute of Japan (IEI-J), the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) and the Award of Merit
from International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD). We are grateful for the recognition of our work
Website renewal – At last!
We have revamped our website after 13 years! It is completely new and with a user-friendly design. Showcasing
not only our lighting design work, the website also introduces non-project activities such as exhibitions, the Lighting
Detectives and publications.
Transnational Tanteidan Forum (TNT forum) to be held in Kyoto this June 2017.
Transnational Tanteidan – Lighting Detectives aka TNT forum was first held in 2002 in Tokyo and it travelled
around the world. The last 12th forum was in Mexico city. The forum will return to Japan to be hosted in the ancient
city of Kyoto in June 2017. The forum will be sponsored by City of Kyoto, and we will organize several lighting-up
workshops together with students from Kyoto University, Kyoto University of Art & Design, Kyoto City University of
Arts, and Kyoto Institute of Technology within the center of the city. Our Lighting Detectives friends/associates from
different parts of the world are also looking forward to taking a part in this exciting event in Kyoto. Please do check
Chinese version of “LPA 1990-2015 Tide of Architectural Lighting Design” to be
Our latest monograph “LPA 1990-2015 Tide of Architectural Lighting Design” published in 2015 will also be available
in Chinese by Beijing eLicht Culture & Media Co., Ltd. after May 2017. The book introduces LPA’s 101 projects
that represent the trend and technology of different eras within the last 25 years. It will be printed in high quality
with reasonable pricing. We hope that this translation will cater and connect with many professionals in China.
主 な 講 演 ・ 寄 稿 ・インタビュー・ 出 演 など
Major Contributions and Interviews
iLIGHT Marina Bay 2016 in Singapore / Light Up Ninja in Hong Kong /
Lighting Detectives Survey / Children Workshop / Transnational
Lighting Detectives Forum in Kyoto / Lighting Detectives in Nagasaki /
City Night Walk / Regular Round Table Discussion / Annual Activities /
Lighting Detectives Annual Gathering / List of Sponsors
iLIGHT Marina Bay 2016 in Singapore
Lighting Detectives organized a workshop as a part of iLIGHT
Marina Bay 2016. The theme of this year was In Praise of Shadows.
This also coincides with our lighting design philosophy - being
sensitive and appreciating shadows. We made the gigantic lantern
comprised of little module artworks by participants and displayed
it as part of the event. Though this journey itself took an immense
amount of effort, we hoped that everyone could learn to appreciate
light and shadow through the workshop.
Organized by : iLIGHT Marina Bay
Event Sponsor : Krislite Supporter : Marina Bay Sands and Naumi Libra
Light Up Ninja in Hong Kong
This was the first Light Up Ninja in Hong Kong, held in conjunction with the Hong Kong Architecture Society
sponsored architecture and urban gallery event, “Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism \ Architecture 'Visions 2050:
Lifestyle and the Smart City'”. The workshop took place in a warm afternoon in Kowloon Park with about 150
guests, including preregistered participants, college students, and passing tourists. The theme was
“Create Future City by Lantern!” and the participants used various materials to craft lanterns expressing their
dreams and images of the future. The lanterns were set between the trees creating a heartwarming futuristic
nightscape as they grew dark.
Organized by : Lighting Detectives Hong Kong, UABBHK
Supported by : Light In Motion(L.I.M)
照 明 探 偵 団 調 査 Lighting Detectives Survey
海 外 調 査 Overseas
Paris Oct. 16-19
It has been 12 years since the Lighting Detectives last surveyed Paris,
France. Boasting the highest number of foreign tourists annually, the
residents of this enchanting city have a sense of beauty which is
expressed in the lighting of their cityscape. We surveyed the city to
further understand how the charm of their historical buildings is
preserved in the face of rapid technological advancements in lighting.
London Oct. 19-22
With the shock of Brexit still fresh in the minds of people, we visited this
tumultuous country. The Lighting Detectives last surveyed London 14
years ago. With a medley of new and old buildings lined shoulder to
shoulder, unending developments along the Thames River and the
legacy of the London Olympics, we explored the city to find what new
lighting were colouring the London nightscape.
国 内 調 査 Japan
Osaka Oct. 26-28
The largest city of Western Japan, impossible to encapsulate in one
word, is a sprawl of neighbourhoods and diverse lighting environments.
Nanba and Shintenchi are modest; Osaka Bay is surrounded by a band
of factories; Nakanoshima has a waterfront and is filled with famous
modern buildings; Osaka Station is the transportation hub of the city.
We surveyed this multi-faceted town from various angles to rediscover
the City of Osaka.
東 京 調 査 Tokyo
東 京 ドームシティ+ 周 辺 環 境
Tokyo Dome City + Ambient environment Sep. 26
Tokyo Dome City embraces various entertainment facilities such as
amusement park and shopping mall. How do these unique lighting
environments impact neighboring residential areas? We explored the
area to discover how contrasting light for entertainment and light for
daily life co-habituate is this pocket of Tokyo.
東 京 川 巡 り 日 本 橋 川 ・ 神 田 川 ・ 隅 田 川 Aug. 03
Tokyo River Boat Cruise
This past summer vacation the Lighting Detectives invited children to join the cruise through Tokyo's
canals and rivers. We started at high tide, with waters 2 meters higher than at low tide. During
the cruise, historical background information of the Nihonbashi River, Sumida River, and Kanda
Rivers were presented for a fun tour and an opportunity to view Tokyo from a different perspective.
世 界 照 明 探 偵 団 フォーラム in 京 都
Transnational Lighting Detectives Forum in Kyoto
The Annual TNT Forum 2017 will be held in Kyoto, Japan. From June 8th,
for three days, we will discuss the impression of Kyoto-style lighting with
locals. On top of the regular night walk and symposium, we are planning
a Light-up Ninja event. In anticipation, we met with Kyoto locals and event
personnel to look for a suitable Lightup Ninja location. This TNT forum will
be the first in 15 years hosted in Japan and we hope to see you there!
照 明 探 偵 団 in 長 崎 Lighting Detectives in Nagasaki
Organizer : Nagasaki City Co-organizer : Lighting Detectives
The Lighting Detectives were invited by the Nagasaki City to hold a city walk in
November 2016, the first of three scheduled walks. The first walk centered around
the famous tourist neighborhood of the World Heritage Site, Glover Residence, and
the Oura Cathedral Church, registered as a National Treasure. Participants included
the Nagasaki Camber of commerce Junior Chamber, Urban Development Committee,
and many Nagasaki locals for an opportunity to discuss the state of the night environment.
18 : 00 オリエンテーション Orientation
At the orientation we introduced the Lighting Detectives and its main activities and
also explained the purpose, methodology, and route of the night walk.
18 : 4520 : 00 街 歩 き Night Walk
Participants divided into four groups and walked 1.6km. This area of Nagasaki is renowned
for its up and down, hilly terrain with many old western style buildings and park overlooking
the city. Participants looked for heroes and villains of light along their journey.
20 : 0021 : 00 懇 親 会 Sum Up
The post-walk discussion was held in a retro, western-style, historical building turned
café, Higashiyamate House 13. At the party, each group gathered to discuss, decided,
and presented three heroes and villains of light. Various opinions about the night
walk were brought up, some brick walls along the slopes could be illuminated to create
vertical luminance; pole lights are too bright near city viewpoints; there are bright
pole lights, but I can’t see my own feet!; some of the unique architecture should be
illuminated; or the orangish sodium vapor lamps really accent the old streetscape.
We are looking forward to two more walks in different areas of the city and dynamic
街 歩 き
City Night Walk
馬 車 道 & 伊 勢 佐 木 町
Bashamichi & Isezakicho Mar. 18
This city walk took members along two courses, east and west of
the JR train tracks to experience the contrast in lighting
environments between Bashamichi and Isezakicho. The walk in
Bashamichi was a time turn back to the era of the opening of the
Yokohama Port with preserved retro streetscape leading to the
more modern Isezaki Mall.
Shibuya Aug. 05
Shibuya is made up of a myriad of features. This August night
walk started at JR Shibuya Station with a north-west route angled
out from the Yamanote Line and Inokashira Line. We divided into
four groups, Tokyu Cultural Area, Parco Cultural Area, Center
Street, and the red-light district, to discover the difference in
nightscapes within Shibuya.
羽 田 空 港
Haneda Airport Oct. 21
This night walk is not the usual street setting, but the huge
transportation hub, Haneda International Airport. We divided into
four teams to survey Terminal #1 , #2 and the International
Terminal, renovated in 2014. We discovered old and new airport
lighting, but all members raved about the observation deck lighting
in all terminals.
研 究 会 サロン
Regular Round Table Discussion
Apr. 01, Jun. 23, Nov.30
We held three night walk review sessions in 2016. The night walk
group leaders prepared and presented a condensed, but concentrated
version of the walk followed by a lively discussion and exchange of ideas.
照 明 探 偵 団 の 年 間 活 動
02.09 Web Column Vol.31
Language is difficult! But it is important.
02.19-20 Light Up Ninja in Hong Kong
03.05-27 iLight Marina Bay in Singapore
03.18 City Night Walk Vol.53
@ Yokohama Bashamichi & Isezakicho
04.01 Lighting Detectives Salon Vol.46
04.04 Web Column Vol.32 Draw shadow on white paper.
Draw light on blue paper.
04.21 Lighting Detectives News Letter Vol.73
07.05 Web Column Vol.33 Life Plan: To be active as a
professional after coming back from maternity leave
07.05 Lighting Detectives News Letter Vol.74
08.01 Web Column Vol.34 Home Lighting
08.03 Children WorkshopTokyo River Cruise
Nihonbashi RiverKanda RiverSumida River
08.05 City Night Walk Vol.54 @ Shibuya
09.01 Lighting Detectives Salon Vol.47
09.26 Tokyo City Survey―Tokyo Dome
09.29 Lighting Detectives News Letter Vol.75
10.16-23 World City Survey―LondonParis
10.20 Web Column Vol.35 Lighting Design Studies?
10.21 City Night Walk Vol.55 @ Haneda Airport
11.08 Lighting Detectives News Letter Vol.76
11.10 Transnational Lighting Detectives Forum in Kyoto
11.26-28 World City Survey―Osaka
11.30 Lighting Detectives Salon Vol.48
12.07 Lighting Detectives News Letter Vol.77
12.09 Lighting Detectives News Letter Vol.78
12.20 Web Column Vol.36 Originality of Lighting Design
照 明 探 偵 団 年 間 活 動 報 告 会 Lighting Detectives Annual Gathering
Each year the Lighting Detectives invite those lighting manufactures which financially sponsor our activities to an
end-of-year party. To show our appreciation for continual support, a review of 2016 activities and vision for 2017
were the highlights of the night.
協 賛 社 名 リスト List of Sponsors
The following 20 Lighting Industry Professionals financially sponsor Lighting Detective activities.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
Iwasaki Electric Co., Ltd.
Color Kinetics Japan Inc.
Endo Lighting Corp.
DAIKO ELECTRIC CO.,LTD.
USHIO LIGHTING. INC.
DN Lighting Co., Ltd.
Toshiba Lighting & Technology Corp.
Koizumi Lighting Technology Corp.
Martin Professional Japan. Ltd.
Louis Poulsen in Japan
Shonan Co., Ltd.
Yamada Shomei Lighting Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Electric Lighting Corporation
Angkana Kongchatri Atsushi Itakura
Bryan Yan Caesar Chang
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