Lovejoy design turns on the light

Landscape architects work with lighting group to revamp London market with "interactive" lighting scheme

Men, materials and machines have moved on site to build an ambitious “interactive” lighting scheme that will include multicoloured bulbs triggered by passing buses. Lovejoy and lighting group NDYLIGHT are working on a market in north London. The lights focus on wedge-shaped building with a huge lighting panel that wraps around the cylindrical turret on the corner. “We are doing different things to the drum of the building including using interactive lighting that changes as buses go by,” said Lovejoy landscape architect Jessica Beattie. NDYLIGHT lighting designer Maida Hot said lights would interplay with alternating advertising and abstract images. Meanwhile BDP is working on a sea-front park, La Seyne sur Mer in Lyon, France. The landscape architects are ensuring the park offers 24-hour safe access. BDP aims to use lights to draw people through the park and on to the sea front that forms one of its natural boundaries.

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