Tripping the light fantastic
Jane Gosney's talk, hosted by Art and Architecture at the Gallery in London's Clerkenwell, was designed to show that 'a lighting designer is probably a good friend if you'd like to make an exciting building.' Gosney was speaking in her capacity both as head of wsp Lighting and as a member of Art and Architecture, and a contributor to its quarterly magazine of the same title. Her audience seemed to be a mixed bag of mainly youngish fine artists and architects who have probably come under ...
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