A brief moment of dawn slowly fading to white.
Light particles leaking from the gradation of light.
May your heart be brightly surrounded.
Enlighten Asia in Japan 2021
Enlighten Asia in Japan 2021, an international seminar organized by IALD Japan, was held.
Miho Konishi took the stage and appeared in Panel Discussion “Public Policy of Lighting Designer” and On-Demand Streaming:
Architect Yoshiyuki Kawazoe, SDGs expert Kazuo Tase, and ALG’s Lighting Director Miho Konishi made panel discussion on What statements should a lighting design expert group (IALD Japan)should make in new normal period.
Date：November 11, 2021(Thu.)10:40-11:40
< Chapter 03> BACK TO THE FUTURE #7. Lighting fixtures for the global environment Learning from the Edo period to create SDGs sustainable lighting
Lighting designers Kazuhiro Nagashima, Hiroki Yagi, and Miho Konishi, who are members of IALD Japan, visited the Yuishuku Tokaido Akari Museum. At the museum, the director, Yoshiko Katayama and members discussed on Edo period SDGs lighting. This was a workshop and online talk show to learn about SDGs lighting fixtures.
Date：October 29th, 2021(Fri.)18:00-
ICU is going on New Campus Grand Design. One of the projects, new annex building will be completed in next year.
Architect: Kengo Kuma and Associate + Nihon Sekkei
The new lighting for the work booth, where ALG was in charge of lighting design and product design, is released on January 1th.
What can we see from the perspective of “lights” toward a sustainable society?
In the “Light+” blog on the ALG website, we will report on the activities and lights of the Edo period under the title of the “Life and Light in the Edo Period” series.
【Light+ Japan SDGs】 “Life and Light in the Edo Period” series
In this series, which started in September 2021, we will tell you how people in the Edo period created a sustainable and low-carbon society and how they dealt with lights.
In the first secsion, we will look in to at the lives of people in the Edo period, who managed SDGs society with their limited resources.
Life and Light in the Edo Period 2
– As a recycling-oriented society
During the Edo period (1603-1868), the city of Edo was unusually hygienic for its time. Why was it kept so hygienic?
Life and Light in the Edo Period 3
– How to interact with light (life)
Nowadays, we take “lights” for granted. What did “lights” mean to the people who lived in the Edo period?
Life and Light in the Edo Period 4-1
– How to interact with light (play)
We used to play “kageasobi” when I was a child. In fact, it had already existed since the Edo period. There are things that remain throughout the generation.
More of our LIGHT blog series
This series introduces “mindfulness”, a psychological training based on meditation.
This series introduces the fantastic scenery of light that exists in the nature at some in start times.
We are proposing efforts from the lighting field for each goals of SDGs.
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