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LSE Cities’ Configuring Light programme launches new website

LSE Cities’ research programme Configuring Light is pleased to present ‘Urban Lightscapes/Social Nightscapes’ an LSE HEIF5-funded project which encompasses a five-day workshop and symposium around social research in lighting design, targeted at lighting designers, architects and planners.

Urban Lightscapes/Social Nightscapes will take place on Peabody’s Whitecross estate in London on 13-17 October 2014. The focus of the workshop is the integration of social research into design. The participants will conceptualise new lighting design interventions to help improve the outdoor spaces on the estate. Simultaneously, LSE researchers will train the design teams in social research methods to help them gain a structured understanding of the social space they intervene in – in this instance the Whitecross estate and its residents.

For this project, Configuring Light has created a website to interact with the Whitecross community and the public:

Symposium hosted by Configuring Light in partnership with Social Light Movement and Peabody, funded by LSE HEIF5 Knowledge Exchange and with technical sponsorship from iGuzzini.

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