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My book on Architectural Lighting Design – Published 2018!

Where do you start if you want to light an interior space? What is the best color temperature for your design scheme? What do you need to consider when choosing LED lamps and luminaires or fixtures? Architectural Lighting Design answers these questions and more in a comprehensive introduction to the design, application, and techniques of lighting interior spaces. Using real examples of successful lighting schemes, experienced designer Admir Jukanovic explains the fundamentals of lamps and fixtures, and how to meet the requirements of a design brief. Topics include treatments and techniques for lighting designs; tips for understanding the deliverables and fulfilling brief; the five project phases, from concept to commission; and the common pitfalls to avoid when using artificial lighting in architecture.

Influences in Lighting Design – Lighting Magazine 2011

After many requests where to find the original PDF’s of my series on Influences in lighting design, here the link…

https://www.mindseye3d.com/Enlighten/Influences

A series of 9 articles in the Lighting Design Magazine contained each month a lighting talk to Admir Jukanovic of specialist practice Mindseye about some of the influences that have shaped contemporary lighting design. The series starts in February with Influence of Art in Lighting Design and continues with Fashion, Film, History, Technical Innovation, The classics, the Natural World, Theatre. The last article is on the inspirational influence of Photography in Lighting Design and is published in the October Issue of the Lighting Design Magazine.

 

My Precious – Lighting Design Awards 2013 !!!

Mindseye wins the prestigious Lighting Design Awards for the best international interior lighting design.

Having worked with many of the established lighting design community Eric Carlson of Carbondale (Luxury Retail Design Specialists) decided this project needed a fresh integrated and highly creative approach. Above all he was looking for “creativity, capability and communication”. He found that in Mindseye. Following a recommendation, Carbondale approached Mindseye with a view to develop the concept, considering light as a key element from the outset. ‘Carbondale have an incredible and instinctive understanding of the role that light plays in a retail environment. Their design process is super fluid and allows for fast and highly creative development and assessment of ideas.