This tower consists of coloured panels, it is set in architecture with random coloured glazing to the spandrel panels. And it was awarded Innovative Lighting Project of the Year in the Light Middle East Awards 2014. Kevan Shaw, of firm KSLD, collected the award at the Awards ceremony in Dubai.
The redevelopment of this previously crumbling structure into a new home for Glasgow Centre for Contemporary Arts has provided plenty to get excited about. Text by Fiona Armstrong, Photography by Eric Thorburn. Lighting Design by KSLD
Winner of the Workplace Lighting Category - Ligting Design Awards 2013. Lighting Design: Kevan Shaw Lighting Design (KSLD), Interior Design: Michael Laird Architects: Picture Credits: KSLD
Eric Parry has successfully, and respectfully, reintegrated the historic Holburne Museum building into its context with his radical extension, writes Joseph Rykwert. Photography by Helene Binet. Lighting Design by KSLD.
The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archeology's original l7th century building was described in the 1706 publication, "The New World of Words", as 'a neat building in the City of Oxford.' Rick Mather, a fasdiously neat modernist has upped that particular ante with a virtuous design that suggests in architectural equivilant of Jenga, creating a precisely poised matrix of solids and voids. Lighting Design by KSLD.
Incorporating a 40m-high water tower was the biggest challenge for architect Latest-Taylor Shannon in creating a new hill-top home in Shooters Hill, south London. Lighting design by KSLD.