Lighting Planners Associates
LOUIS VUITTON SINGAPORE MARINA BAY / NUS EDUCATION RESOURCE
CENTRE / REFLECTIONS AT KEPPEL BAY / HAMARIKYU INTERCITY /
SKY HOUSE HAMARIKYU / CITY'S IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR
SAPPORO EKIMAE-DORI UNDERWALKWAY AND SOUSEI-GAWA PARK /
OCEAN FINANCIAL CENTRE / INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE CENTRE /
WALDORF ASTORIA SHANGHAI ON THE BUND / THE RITZ-CARLTON,
HONG KONG / THE WESTIN GURGAON, NEW DELHI / NEHAN-DO,
TOUKOUJI TEMPLE / D-CUBE CITY / SHERATON SEOUL D-CUBE CITY
HOTEL / DESIGN COLLECTION / NASSIM PARK RESIDENCES / SHAW
HOUSE CINEMA LOBBY RENEWAL / GOODWOOD RESIDENCE SALES
GALLERY & SHOW APARTMENT / GARDEN LIGHT UP FOR MEIJI
KINENKAN / LIONS KOMAE / LIGHT UP PROJECT FOR TOKYO
METROPOLITAN TEIEN ART MUSEUM / ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT
PROJECT FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO, KASHIWA CAMPUS /
GARDENS BY THE BAY, BAY SOUTH
ルイ・ヴィトン シンガポール マリーナ ベイ
LOUIS VUITTON SINGAPORE MARINA BAY
SINGAPORE 2011 LVMH Fashion (S) / Peter Marino Architect
Located at Marina Bay, Singapore, a hub of major development in recent years, the first Louis Vuitton
Maison store in Southeast Asia is housed in a glass pavilion with a distinct and sophisticated architectural
shape, laying the foundation for a unique shopping experience. The lighting concept for the project is that
of an “Elegant illuminated boat”. Within the context of the Marina Bay Sands, the illuminated Crystal Pavilion
floats on the bay elegantly and exquisitely, its prominent location ensuring it becomes a distinct element of
the integrated resort.
シンガポール 国 立 大 学 エデュケーション リソースセンター
NUS EDUCATION RESOURCE CENTRE
SINGAPORE 2011 National University of Singapore / W Architects
The project sits in the heart of the new University Town development. Designed to be a 24/7 resource
centre for the under graduate and post graduate students living within the development, the lighting follows
the unique profile of the building. Most of the lighting is indirect for the public areas creating a soft lanternlike
glow. The internal illumination blends into the exterior illumination seamlessly.
リフレクションズ アット ケッペルベイ
REFLECTIONS AT KEPPEL BAY
SINGAPORE 2011 Keppel Land /
Studio Daniel Libeskind / DCA Architects
A landmark development on the waterfront of Singapore,
the requirement for the lighting scheme was to be distinct
yet soft enough for a residential ambience. Façade lighting
is minimal with emphasis on the iconic crowns and tapering
edges of the façade. Common areas have specially
integrated LED lighting that accentuates the strong graphic
character of the architectural skin and landscape features.
浜 離 宮 インターシティ / スカイハウス 浜 離 宮
HAMARIKYU INTERCITY / SKY HOUSE HAMARIKYU
TOKYO 2011 KOWA Real Estate / Nihon Sekkei
Hamarikyu Intercity is an office and residence complex located in the waterfront area. We cast soft light
beams on the ship-bottom shaped wooden wall, using spotlights mounted on mullions. This lighting creates
comfortable shadows at the gently curved entrance lobby space. Also these soft lights add an impressive
image to the facade with the glowing wall that remarkably shows up at nightfall.
札 幌 駅 前 通 地 下 歩 行 空 間 / 創 成 川 通 親 水 緑 地 整 備 事 業
CITY'S IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR SAPPORO EKIMAE-DORI
UNDERWALKWAY AND SOUSEI-GAWA PARK
HOKKAIDO 2011 Institute for General Urban Studies / A. Kuryu Architects & Associates / D+M
It was a part of the Sapporo city's large public space improvement project, in which we contributed to the
improvement of the Ekimae-dori Underground Walkway and Sousei-gawa Park. After many rounds of
discussions with city's design committee, both spaces were successfully transformed to enjoyable public
space. Key features in each space are the luminous walls with color lighting based on the city's "landscape
color guideline", and glare less fixtures in the underground walkway, and the energy efficient and glare less
LED lighting in Sousei-gawa park.
オーシャン フィナンシャル センター
OCEAN FINANCIAL CENTRE
SINGAPORE 2011 Keppel Land /
Pelli Clark Pelli Architects / Architects 61
A ship resembling shaped 43-story office building
project in Central Business District. In the curtain wall
structure wrapping entire building, RGB-W LED strip is
densely integrated and its lighting operation attempts
to express a ship cutting into wind from Marina Bay.
At the lobby, 12M high core wall is continuously wall
washed and the effect brings a sense of brightness to
the entire space and express dignity of the architecture.
INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE CENTRE
HONG KONG 2011 Sun Hung Kai Properties / KPF / Wong & Ouyang / Isometrix
The 484m tall and 118 stories ICC tower is located in Kowloon and which is the highest building in Hong
Kong. The LED linear lights are integrated in the façade curtain wall horizontally from bottom to top. It can
be create various lighting scenes by programming. This new landmark of Hong Kong was designed as a
gate of Victoria Harbour with the IFC tower located on Hong Kong island side. It was designed to be dynamic
and elegance in Hong Kong’s existing busy nightscape.
ワルドルフ アストリア 上 海
オン ザ バンド
WALDORF ASTORIA SHANGHAI
ON THE BUND
SHANGHAI CHINA 2011 New Union / Hilton / HBA /
John Portman & Associates
This is the first Waldorf brand high-end hotel project in
Asia within a restored/renovated 1910 heritage building
along the Bund. A new tower block is added to the existing
building. Lighting for the hotel strives for a harmony
and a contrast of the authentic lighting elements vs
modern architectural lighting at the same time.
ザ・リッツカールトン 香 港
THE RITZ-CARLTON, HONG KONG
HONG KONG 2011 Sun Hung Kai Properties /
LTW Interior Designworks
Dominating the city skyline of Hong Kong, The Ritz-
Carlton made a magnificent return with the world's
tallest hotel. The luxury interior spaces with glossy
materials are lit with meticulous approach to eliminating
glare and reflection of the light sources. Reflection in
the curtain wall is minimized by use of minimum
illuminance and well thought -out placement of light.
THE WESTIN GURGAON, NEW DELHI
GURGAON INDIA 2011 Vatika Hotels / Studio u+a /
Chhada siembieda / Super Potato / Tierra
The project was located in a suburb of New Delhi. The
area is developed as a new commercial and office
centre for multi-national companies. The hotel’s principal
lighting feature is that it offers a calm yet vibrant
atmosphere. Traditional Indian elements and colors
are accentuated with modern lighting design leading
to a comfortable contrast.
東 光 寺 おおみや 涅 槃 堂
NEHAN-DO, TOUKOUJI TEMPLE
SAITAMA 2011 Toukouji / TAPIÉ /
The Nehan-Do is a newly built charnel chapel during
the refurbishment of Toukouji Temple. Lighting for the
Nehan-Do was designed to enhance the experimental
sequence of a visit, walking from a lounge to a charnel
house, and to where the Nehan-zo Buddha statue stays.
The softly illuminated ceilings of plaster and carved
wood achieve a serene space for prayers.
SEOUL KOREA 2011 Daesung Industrial /
This is a new complex building containing theater,
hotel, department store, and residence in Sindorim,
Seoul. Lighting for the landscape in the complex
attempted to create contrasts between light and
shadow very similar to what we see in nature.
D-CUBE CITY HOTEL
SEOUL KOREA 2011 Daesung Industrial /
GETTYS+SAMOO Architects & Engineers
The Sheraton hotel is located top part of tower in D-cube
City, and the guest enjoys the view of Seoul cityscape
during day and night. Atmosphere of the interior design
scheme is dramatically changed by day lighting or
sequence. The lighting design creates different scenes
in accordance with the time variation by a detailed
デザインコレクション 松 屋 銀 座
TOKYO 2011 Japan Design Committee / MATSUYA /
Naoto Fukasawa Design / Taku Satoh Design Office
A pioneering select shop, Design Collection was
redesigned for the first time in a quarter of a century.
The store was refreshed with a soft and warm
atmosphere. The minimal shelving units contained
display light fixtures which were discreet. These
achieved the super-ambient lighting for the entire
NASSIM PARK RESIDENCES
SINGAPORE 2011 Kheng Leong / UOL / SCDA /
Christian Liaigre / Shunmyo Masuno +
Japan Landscape Consultants
Designed with the concept "Gradation", this condominium
is layered with beautiful and soft shadows. A pleasing
nightscape is created by 3 landscape elements – tree,
water and stone – illuminated with lights tightly integrated
in the landscaping. An unified external appearance of
the facades is created by the soft glow from the interior
public areas creating an atmosphere for luxury living.
ショウハウス シネマロビー 改 修
SHAW HOUSE CINEMA LOBBY
SINGAPORE 2011 SHAW / DPA
A renovation project of an existing Cinema lobby located
at Orchard road -the heart of Singapore's world famous
shopping belt. The lobby is a flexible space designed
to be used for multi-purpose events. As the space is
filled with daylight, we planned various scenes for both
daytime and nighttime with different brightness level
and colour temperatures.
ギャラリー & ショーアパートメント
GOODWOOD RESIDENCE SALES
GALLERY & SHOW APARTMENT
SINGAPORE 2011 Guocoland / WOHA /
Miaja Design Group
A sales gallery and show apartment for on-going
condominium project. The sales gallery equipping
daylight control and the models which simulates
daytime and nighttime lighting environments presented
in blackout condition. The visitors can also experience
the options of lighting effects created by the actual
lighting control system.
明 治 記 念 館 庭 園 ライトアップ
GARDEN LIGHT UP FOR
TOKYO 2011 Meiji Kinenkan
The project was to illuminate the 3300 square yard
garden next to the palatial building, Meiji Kinenkan. We
focused on the color of light that changes to enhance
the greenery of seasonal scenic change. The color
lighting is also to create a beautiful contrast in the
nightscape with moon light from the sky.
ライオンズ 狛 江
TOKYO 2011 DAIKYO / IKDS
Several elements of lighting are applied to illuminate
the bamboo inspired object in the long entrance hall,
enabling to create different scenes through a day. It
creates the welcoming atmosphere for the residents
東 京 都 庭 園 美 術 館 ライトアップイベント
LIGHT UP PROJECT FOR TOKYO
METROPOLITAN TEIEN ART MUSEUM
TOKYO 2011 Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
The project was to celebrate the last of the art-deco
style museum built in 1933 which was just closed for
2-year renovation. Lighting expressed the time flow by
providing changing color light of purple red light to deep
blue light at the coach entrance and the shelter top,
inspiring the sunset scene together with the interior
lighting of the museum seen through curtain at the
東 京 大 学 柏 キャンパス 環 境 整 備
PROJECT FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF
TOKYO, KASHIWA CAMPUS
CHIBA 2011 Environment Design Institute
The design brief was to improve nighttime campus
environment for the late night users. The dark
walkways were re-designed with tree uplight and new
pedestrian lighting, which led to the creation of an
GARDENS BY THE BAY, BAY SOUTH
SINGAPORE 2012 National Parks Board /
Grant Associates / Wilkinson Eyre. Architects /
Located at the heart of Singapore’s city centre, the
gardens with a total area of 54 hectares have been
designed with the principal theme of “Entertainment
with Organic Lighting”. The construction of the
gardens is steadily progressing for the long-awaited
grand opening in June 2012. During the World Orchid
Conference held in November 2011 at Marina Bay,
the visually spectacular gardens were partially opened
to the public and received much acclaim for their scale
and delightful setting.
SETSUDEN Lighting Environment Survey in Tokyo / In House Competition
on "Lighting Design Proposal in Times of Disaster" /Fixed points records
/ Open LPA Hong Kong Office / IALD INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING DESIGN
AWARDS 2011 / Lecture / TV appearance / Refreshing Time / LPA 2011
Activities & 2012 Goals / Major Contributions and Interviews
都 内 の 節 電 光 環 境 調 査 を 実 施
SETSUDEN Lighting Environment Survey
In response to the disaster on March 11,
energy-saving campaign at different places
in Tokyo under different circumstances have
been taking place. Collaborating with Hiratelaboratory
at (Architecture Department ) the
University of Tokyo, LPA had a SETSUDEN
lighting environment survey at 23 places in
Tokyo in June. We had three different kinds
of areas to survey; public transportation
facilities street and public space
commercial areas. Not only actual
measured data of illuminance and the
percentage of lights that were switched off,
in order to evaluate SETSUDEN lighting
environment visually, we had a questionnaire
survey of 20 people. 80 % of people
answered Comfortableunder 70 % of
lights-out environment in some places.
This is the data that we should reflect on
overspending energy to date. On the other
hand, there were some places like the
national road that people thought ""This
cannot be acceptable"". As a result, we
came to know the current situation of
overeating of light and anorexia of light,
and the importance of vertical illuminance.
The results are to be released 8 times in a
series every Friday from 30 January in WEB
magazine by Kenplatz Nikkei BP.
「 節 電 光
定 点 記 録
Fixed points records
We have been tracking photos at fixed
points in total 8 areas, Tokyo, Akihabara,
Ginza, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Omotesando,
Roppongi and Yokohama.
環 境 調 査 」
社 内 コンペ「 災 害 のための 照 明 」デザインプロポーザル
In House Competition on "Lighting Design Proposal in Times of Disaster"
「 災 害 の た め の 照 明 デ
After huge disaster on March 11, we decided to come up with design proposals on lighting design in times of
disaster and of recovery. First of all, we had an in-house competition and came up with 32 unique ideas. And then
we compiled into 4 proposals from them;
SOS Light Station Emergency Light Goods Urban Lighting system against Disaster
Hope to the future ~Lighting for Hope~
To initiate a number of discussions, we have opened up these proposals to the public.
ザ イ ン プ ロ ポ ー ザ ル」
L PA 香 港 オフィスを 開 設
Open LPA Hong Kong Office
LPALighting Planners Associates(HK)
Lighting Planners Associates (HK) Ltd. has been
established in February, 2012. From the office at 17th
floor, we have a great view of high density district and
17/F Union Park Tower
168 Electric Road, North Point, Hong Kong
Tel : +852 2578 9007
Fax : +852 2578 9116
IALD 国 際 照 明 デザインアワード2011 受 賞
IALD INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING DESIGN AWARDS 2011
Aman New Delhi, a luxury hotel completed in India, received
an award of excellence at the IALD International Lighting
Design Awards ceremony held in Philadelphia.
レクチャー・TV 出 演
Lecture / TV appearance
In 2011, we gave many lectures in and outside
Japan. And after the earthquake hit the Northern
part of Japan, the number of interview offers on
"Setsuden" and "Eco" have increased and we
were on TV and radio many times in this year.
Light in GOA
Maxray "Linxrossing Tokyo"
リフレッシュメント Refreshing Time
We also like to have fun together once in a while between works. As such, we celebrated LPA's sports day event. In this
year, we did cycling and hiking in the mountains. We also went to our company trip together.
Sports Day1 "Cycling and Kickball"
Sports Day2 "Climbing Mt. Takao"
Office Retreat SingaporeJava
Office Retreat TokyoOkinawa
LPA Open House
LPA 2011 年 の 概 況 と2012 年 への 展 望
LPA 2011 Activities & 2012 Goals
An unforgettable year- tragedy on March 11, 2011
The year 2011 was another busy year for LPA, a total of 46 staff – 28 from Tokyo and 18 from Singapore officeworked
on number of challenging projects.Also, it was truly an unforgettable year for the Japanese. The Great
East Japan earthquake on the 11th of March shocked the world, and the unprecedented natural and man-made
disasters discouraged us tremendously. However, the incidents provided us with a unique opportunity to go back
to the starting point to re-think our approach to lighting design. – Consideration on energy savings, ban of nuclear
power, and reduction of excessive brightness. We believe we are at a tipping point wherein we can redefine to
society what lighting design can do.
Lighting survey and design proposals for disasters
Cities in Japan including our base Tokyo became substantially dark after the disaster due to the serious concern
about lacking enough electricity supplies, and “saving on electricity” became a national mantra. In order to identify
“appropriate saving of light” and “not appropriate saving of light”, we embarked on series of surveys. Through the
surveys, we encountered the overdoing of energy saving exercises while there were still a number of overly lit
environments. We discovered “right light for the right place” and “vertical illuminance” are the most important
considerations in urban lighting. Also, the entire office worked on idea proposals, and compiled them as “lighting
design for disasters”. We are hoping that such ideas can be used at such times of crises.
Contribution to lighting design societies
Mr.Mende was selected as a Board of Director for International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD)
headquartered in the USA. This is because of the society’s greater expectation over Asia’s regional activities with
the increasing number of IALD members from the regions. He is also now appointed as the head of its new
lighting design division at the Illuminating Engineering Society of Japan (IESJ).
Numerous lectures around the world
Mr. Mende was invited to give a series of international lectures in 2011, such as in Goa (India), Barcelona, New
Orleans and Beijing. He feels the interest in Japanese lighting design approach has been increased more and
more throughout the world.
Setting up new Hong Kong office
We have set up our new office, Lighting Planners Associates (HK) Ltd; and the office on the 17th floor in the citycentre
overlooking Victoria Harbour is now operational. We believe the new office will further increase LPA’s
strength. Also, we are committed to further improve our service to clients and site coordination through close
cooperation among Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong offices.
主 な 寄 稿 ・ 講 演 ・ 出 演 ・インタビューなど
Major Contributions and Interviews
Transnational Lighting Detectives / Candle Night @ Marina Bay, Singapore
/ Candle Night @ Omotesando - Eco Avenue / Children’s Lighting Workshop /
Lighting Detectives Survey / Lighting Detectives City Walking Tours /
Regular Round Table Discussion / Lighting Detectives - List of Sponsors
Transnational Lighting Detectives
世 界 照 明 探 偵 団
WEB Site Renewal
Transnational Lighting Detectives launched a newly designed website. One can now see a lot of new interactive
content. We hope this site would be a platform to cultivate lighting culture around the world.
World Lighting Journey
It is a photo library of nightscapes and
lighting environments from about 70 cities
worldwide. You can see nightscapes of cities
far from where you are. TNT encourages all
web viewers to send nightscape from your
hometown to add to our ever-expanding
英 雄 と 犯 罪 者
Hero!! & Villain?
This is a fundamental lighting question. In
cities worldwide there are all types of
different lighting environments, some are
exciting, romantic or relaxing and some are
outright shocking or unpleasant. Is this a
Hero or a Villain? Anyone can vote to agree
or disagree. You be the judge.
@ Marina Bay, Singapore
Candle Night @ Marina Bay, Singapore
For the 2nd Candle Night event at Marina Bay, Japanese
art university students worked with local students to create
candle installations along the promenade. Minister
Yamamoto, from the embassy of Japan was invited as
the guest-of-honor.The Singapore Lighting Detectives
conducted lantern-making workshops using recyclable
materials from F&B outlets along the promenade for the
public, with an estimated 1000 participants from young
children to adults turning up. After the candle parade, the
participants were encouraged to create their own
installation by placing their lanterns around the Merlion.
Krislite Pte Ltd
Strongly Lighting Pte Ltd
Technolite (S) Pte Ltd
Bizlink Associates Pte Ltd
Lutron GL Ltd
Luxlight Pte Ltd
ERCO Lighting Pte Ltd
Million Lighting Co. Pte Ltd"
@ OMOTESANDO - Eco Avenue
Candle Night @ Omotesando - Eco Avenue
We had a charity candle night this year to support victims
from the earthquake and flood last March 11. The theme
was “Let’s bring warmth of the candle to victims”. 452 artschool
students involved this event and engaged in fund
raising activities and selling hand-made candles, and all
sales went to the Red-Cross fund. The amount that they
could earn in three hours in this event was 214,709 JPY.
We were able to return to the original theme “turn off the
light” under the huge saving energy campaign.
Children’s Lighting Workshop
夏 休 みワークショップ Aug.09
As a summer event for elementary school students, we
had a children workshop titled “Enjoy Light of Candle”. 12
children joined this workshop and learned design
processes, and each of them designed and built their
own lantern. And after finishing their work, we enjoyed
a summer snoozing party at balcony.
暗 さ 体 験 ライトアップニンジャ
@ 江 戸 東 京 たてもの 園 Oct.22
Experiencing dark Light Up Ninja@
Edo-Tokyo Open-air Architectural Museum
It is located in Kodaira-city. In the museum, there are 30
buildings from edo-period that have been relocated or
reconstructed. In this unusual atmosphere in which
children might feel they are time-tripping, we had a
lantern making workshop and parade in the museum,
and having dinner sitting by “Irori”, Japanese fireplace.
照 明 探 偵 団 調 査 Lighting Detectives Survey
吉 祥 寺 Kichijyoji, Tokyo Jul.12
The town with harmony of varitety of elements
It's a town which always achieves a high ranking of the most popular town
to live in. We looked for lighting rules for a town like Kichijyoji where private
& public sectors worked together to carry on urban development.
横 浜 Yokohama, Kanagawa Oct.14
Lighting identity grows in foreign country
China Town, the biggest in Japan, has established their living in Yokohama.
However, it is the place where you can feel differences in its atmosphere
from a Japanese one. We had a survey on lighting that expresses their
own Chinese identity even in Japanese society.
瀬 戸 内 Setouchi Nov.16-18
Town Light in scenery
It is recognized for its harmony of island-studded sea, nature and human
landscape. Its' Inland sea and islands show us their variety of faces
according to seasons and time. In that scenery, at sunset and sunrise, the
lighting from boats and towns will gradually appear and disappear. We had
a survey on enchantment of lighting atmosphere in Setouchi where a lot
differs from nightscape of bright cities.
照 明 探 偵 団 街 歩 き
Lighting Detectives City Walking Tours
「 日 本 橋 七 福 神 めぐり」 Jan.08
Visit to the Seven Gods of Good
Fortune in Nihonbashi
The collective theme for the Lighting Detectives last year
was “gathering”. To start off the New Year, club members
gathered to visit the seven shrines of good fortune near
Field research on Lighting Asian restaurants
At the Korean town in Shin-Okubo, we had a fieldwork on
"Lighting of Asian Restaurants".
「 東 京 駅 "エキナカ"」 Nov.14
We had a research on "Ekinaka" shopping area at Tokyo
station which more than one million people use everyday.
研 究 会 サロン
Regular Round Table Discussion
Feb.2, Apr.19, Dec.12
Tanteidan round table discussion once again came back to respond to requests from members that they would
like to have casual discussions of lighting.
「 岡 山 西 川 緑 道 」 Nov.23
Okayama Nishigawa Ryokudo
Nishigawa, the river, runs through the centre of Okayama
city. There is a green road goes along the river. What is
the atmosphere of this pedestrian route that people are
willing to take?. We walked with local people to find good
or bad points and discussed over casual dinner.
照 明 探 偵 団 協 賛 企 業 Lighting Detectives - List of Sponsors
The following 20 Lighting Industry Professionals of Japan financially sponsor Lighting Detective activities.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
Iwasaki Electric Co., Ltd.
Color Kinetics Japan Inc.
Endo Lighting Corp.
Erco Lighting Ltd.
Philips Electronics Japan, Ltd.
Koizumi Lighting Technology Corp.
Targetti Poulsen Japan Ltd.
Toshiba Lighting & Technology Corp.
Martin Professional Japan. Ltd.
Shonan Co., Ltd.
DN Lighting Co., Ltd.
Ushio Spax Inc.
Yamada Shomei Lighting Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Electric Lighting Corp.
Atsushi Itakura Chika Makabe Elisa Geraldine Mesa Emiko Nagata Gaurav Jain
Jun Biao Chang Junko Nagatomo Kanon Fujimoto Kaoru Mende Kentaro Tanaka
Mayumi Banno Mikine Yamamoto Misa Fujii Misuzu Nakamura Momoko Muraoka
Raba’a -Bte -Tainy Rachel Nakayama Reiko Kasai Sathish Kumar
Shaohua Chen Shigeki Fujii Shunichi Ikeda Takafumi Kubo Tsutomu Nagatsu
Xiao Xu Yaeko Otsuka Yi Ju Yuiko Imoto
Yukiko Saito Yumi Honda Yusuke Hattori
Genki Watanabe Gita Listia Haruka Sakoda Hiroyuki Miyake Hu Lin
Laya Eduardo Jr.
Liwen Chen Maki Jung Mari Kubota
Motoyo Ogawa Natsuko Ueda Noriko Higashi Phraporn
Lighting Planners Associates
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