What is Panorama 2016?

The aim is to show during the EILD 2016, a panorama (or overview) of the activity of the lighting designers in Ibero-America, presenting the projects realized during the years 2014-2016.
Panorama 2016 is : the presentation, the exhibition and the publication of 30 selected projects of architectural lighting design, outdoor and indoor.
During the event of EILD2016, Panorama will be an open public EXHIBITION and a VIRTUAL game for the participants of EILD 2016.
Participating in Panorama 2016 gives the opportunity to get visibility in the Lighting Design world of Ibero-America.

More details and about the competition rules here.

Learn about the 30 selected lighting projects to participate in the show projects (see all).


01 MUSEO DE HISTORIA NATURAL DE VALPARAISO

Project location: Valparaíso / Chile
Office Name: LIMARI LIGHTING DESIGN SPA
Project team: MUSEOGRAFIA SUMO
Photographer: ARYEH KORNFELD

This is a voyage from the depths of the ocean to a number of contrasting regions of central Chile: the coastline, the islands, the River Aconcagua, the Parque La Campana and the central valley. This is what is proposed by the guidebook of the Museum in Valparaiso, where lighting has taken on a key role in creating settings.


02 MUSEO PELE VALONGO

Project location: Santos / Brasil
Office Name: SENZI CONSULTORIA LUMINOTÉCNICA LTDA
Project team: Neide Senzi
Photographer: Nelson Kon e Daniel Mourão

This nineteenth-century mansion in Latin America’s largest port witnessed the heyday of the coffee economy.
After a fire it lay abandoned until in 2014 a revitalization project turned it into the Pele cultural center and museum.
Its lighting played an important role in recovering this building and the whole area which had been neglected.


03 GALERIA CASA TRIANGULO

Project location: São Paulo / Brasil
Office Name: DESIGN DA LUZ ESTUDIO
Project team: Arquitetura Metro Arquitetos Associados
Photographer: Andrés Otero

The guiding principle of the lighting plan for Casa Triângulo Gallery was the fullness with which the materials should come together to form a self-coherent body. In the daytime, light penetrates the gallery with a cold, diffuse light. At night the building becomes a lighting fixture that invites people to stay.


04 CASAS DE LO MATTA

Project location: VIACTURA SANTIAGO / CHILE
Office Name: LIMARI LIGHTING DESIGN SPA
Equipo diseño de iluminación: Pascal Chautard. Aquiles Pavez, Constanza Valdebenito, Fabiola Martinez, Felipe Grandon.
Photographer: ARYEH KORNFELD

The project integrates architecture, function and intervention, generating a subtle lighting proposal that sets off the building against its surroundings and acknowledges its interior space with an barely-noticed installation. Only the works displayed and the architecture itself stand out.


05 BASILICA SANTA TERESINHA DO MENINO JESUS

Project location: Rio de Janeiro – Brasil
Office Name: MD Light
Project team: Mônica Ann Diniz e Maria Cláudia Bousquet Barreto
Photographer: Erik Barros Pinto

The Santa Teresinha do Menino Jesus Basilica, a listed heritage site, needed to highlight its architecture and enhance its illuminance. We performed a retrofit and placed LED profiles, thus managing to highlight the architecture and balance the lighting, with significant electricity savings. The unobtrusive setting has achieved a feeling of coziness and visual comfort.


06 APARTAMENTO THEO

Project location: São Paulo / Brasil
Office Name: CASTILHA ILUMINAÇÃO
Projeto de Arquitetura e Interiores: Suíte Arquitetos
Photographer: Ricardo Bassetti

This 1970s apartment has been remodeled for a design-loving, party-going bachelor. The walls and false ceiling have been removed, transforming the living room into a cubic volume, corresponding to the elevator hall. The lighting has been integrated to the structural grid, creating an effect of overwriting from it.


07 HILTON BARRA HOTEL

Project location: Rio de Janeiro – Brasil
Office Name: RIO BRANCO & FACCINI ARQUITETURA DE ILUMINAÇÃO LTDA
ARQUITETURA: STA ARQUITETURA / INTERIORES: ANASTASSIADIS ARQUITETOS
Photographer: Divulgação Hilton

The lighting project for the Hotel Hilton Barra sought to integrate functionality, beauty and comfort—leading the eyes of guests and visitors over the architecture, setting off elements that highlight Brazilian style and culture.


08 HOTEL BH

Project location: Barranquilla, Atlantico / Colombia
Office Name: ClaroOscuro Lighting Design
Arquitectura: Campuzano Arquitectos, Arquitectura de interiores: Cristina Uribe Arquitectos, Promoción y gerencia: De & De (Darío Delgado), Construcción: GCA
Photographer: Christopher Kewish

The interior design speaks to the array of nuances and hues to be found in the Barranquilla Carnival. The lighting design of the hotel’s common areas aims to provide a homogeneous general light that contrasts with the play of light and visual highlights that set off the colors, create shadows and point up the textures of the finishing materials.


09 THE GRAND HOTEL

Project location: PUNTA DEL ESTE, URUGUAY
Office Name: RICARDO HOFSTADTER LIGHTING DESIGN
Proyecto de arquitectura: SSGMS Arquitectos, Proyecto ejecutivo: + MV Arquitectos, Proyecto de diseño de interior: Spodek Arquitectura-Interiorismo, Diseñadores de iluminación: Joel Fregosi, Ricardo Hofstadter, Carlos Buzzo
Photographer: FEDERICO CAIROLI

Hotel Punta Grand is a deluxe hotel and Spa in Punta del Este, the exclusive resort on the Uruguay’s Atlantic coast. The hotel is essentially a place to chill out, and on this basis the lighting concept caters to the hotel’s guests by providing indirect lighting and using reflections to integrate the lighting with the architecture.


10 EL SALAR- BAR DE MARAS

Project location: Lima, Perú
Office Name: Maria Antonia Villegas
Diseñador de Interiores: SEE (Chile)
Photographer: Luis Vigil Romero

El Salar – Bar de Maras is the exclusive Bar of the Maras Restaurant in the Hotel Westin Lima. The lighting, interior design and decoration all reinforce the idea that guests are in the chef’s home, eating, drinking and enjoying themselves with their friends.


11 MALL CASA COSTANERA

Project location: Santiago/ Chile
Office Name: DIIP, Diseñadores Independientes de Iluminación Profesional
Project team: BMA Arquitectos: Rodolfo Miani, Marcelo Minini, Gastón Bulgarelli.
Photographer: Álvaro Olave Lepeley

Casa Costanera is a neighborhood shopping mall in the heart of a residential area; its concept aims to stand from other large malls by being a welcoming space unlike the bustling style of typical shopping centers. The lighting goes hand in hand with this idea, always seeking to maintain suitable levels and contrasts to make this environment.


12 HOTEL OZADI

Project location: Tavira / Portugal
Office Name: Synapse Architectural Light Design
Arquitectura: Campos Costa Arquitectos, Engenharia Estrutural: Miguel Lourenço JSJ Estruturas, Paisagismo: Verde Esquisso, Light Design: Paula Rainha (Synapse)
Photographer: José Campos

The goal of this project—the recovery of a 1970s building—was to achieve a balance between what was already in place and the contemporary. The lighting enhances the new elements, and in particular the contemporary extension of the building, highlighting a new image and up-to-date language for the hotel.


13 EMPRESA FINANCEIRA EM SAO PAULO

Project location: São Paulo / Brasil
Office Name: FRANCO ASSOCIADOS LIGHTING DESIGN
Colaboradores do projeto de iluminação: arq. Juliana Scialis, arq. Renata Bodi (Franco Associados), Projeto de arquitetura de interiores: Cupertino Arquitetura: arq. Javier Judas, arq. Andreia Castanheira, Projeto de acústica: eng. Alexandre Sresnewsky
Photographer: Maíra Acayaba

Laid out over an entire floor, this executive space for a financial conglomerate hosts the CEO’s office, including directors’ offices, meetings rooms, an auditorium, foyer and reception area.


14 BANCO CETELEM

Project location: São Paulo / Brasil
Office Name: Conforto Visual projetos de iluminação
Project team: Arealis Brasil: Enrico Benedetti, Jean François Imparato e Mariana Guedes
Photographer: Caio Amaral Falcão, Maira Acayaba

Working with lit exposed surfaces with small linear fixtures in a mosaic design in the areas with modulated false ceiling, clean working environments on two floors of this commercial building were created.


15 OFICINAS GOBIERNO DE LA CIUDAD DE BUENOS AIRES

Project location: Buenos Aires / Argentina
Office Name: ELIDA ELIZABETH SIRLIN
Project team: ARQ. BRENDA NAVESNIK, ARQ. CAROLINA YONAMINE
Photographer: ELIDA ELIZABETH SIRLIN, CAROLINA YONAMINE, ALEJANDRA CLARISSA

The office headquarters of Buenos Aires City Hall was developed in compliance with concepts of sustainability and environmental friendliness, intending to create an efficient maintenance system. It shows the building from within, like a huge light bulb, so as to show off its undulating roof slab and accompanying visual entry to the park opposite.


16 CASA NARANJA

Project location: CÓRDOBA, ARGENTINA
Office Name: ARQ. PABLO PIZARRO – DISEÑO DE ILUMINACIÓN
ARQUITECTOS: AFT ARQUITECTOS | ATELMAN FOURCADE TAPIA
Photographer: ARQ. Gonzalo Viramonte, ING. Gino Longo

Tarjeta Naranja inaugurated its new central corporate headquarters in August 2015, quickly becoming one of the most important buildings in Córdoba, Argentina. The construction clearly represents the company’s spirit: dynamic, flexible, innovative and joyful. The lighting project enables it to accompany this spirit.


17 ESCRITORIOS EM SAO PAULO

Project location: São Paulo / Brasil
Office Name: Estúdio Carlos Fortes Luz + Design
Project team: Arq. Dante Della Manna, Arq. Antonio Mantovani Neto, Arq. Cláudia Sátyro Maia (colaboradora – arquitetura), Arq. Débora dos Santos Esposto (colaboradora – luminotécnica)
Photographer: Daniel Ducci

This corporate headquarters for a financial multinational takes up an entire story in a LEED-certified office block.
The lighting reinforces the hierarchy of the inner spaces, privileging indirect lighting in corridors and reception.
The common areas and the café stand out as a solution that blends tracks and projectors with pendant fixtures.


18 SAMSUNG NOVA SEDE

Project location: São Paulo / Brasil
Office Name: Lit Arquitetura de Iluminação Ltda
Projeto de iluminação: Lit Arquitetura de Iluminação
Sócias: Cláudia Borges Shimabukuro e Letícia Mariotto
Colaboradoras: Rosangela Nunes de Matos, Cecilia Gonçalves Comini e Flavia Martines Reche
Projeto de arquitetura e interiores: Athié l Wohnrath
Projeto do Showroom do 20º andar: Cheil Worldwide
Obra: Sempre Engenharia
Luminárias: Itaim, Lumini e Omega Light
Lâmpadas, equipamentos auxiliares, LEDs: Philips, Osram, Samsung (Neopos).
Fotos: Marcelo Kahn
Photographer: Marcelo Kahn

The overall project encompasses 9 floors and the rooftop terrace of an office block. Its complexity led to it being executed in four stages, culminating in 2014. Certain basic assumptions needed to be met, such as the use of lighting fixtures supplied by the condominium, and other constraints stemming from the fact that the building design is LEED.


19 EDIFICIO CLARO

Project location: Santiago / Chile
Office Name: Douglas Leonard Lighting Designers
Project team: Arquitectos / +arquitectos
Photographer: Juan Francisco Vargas – Cristián Barahona

A set that is made up of two differing volumes: one is vertical with 11 levels, the other horizontal with 3 levels, which are announced by a sign separating pedestrian areas from vehicles and protected by steel covering elements with climbing plants.


20 ARENA DA JUVENTUDE

Project location: Rio de Janeiro / Brasil
Office Name: Acenda Projeto de Iluminação
Equipe responsável pelo projeto de Iluminação: Paula Carnelós, Luciana Costantin e Eder Ferreira.
Arquitetura: Vigliecca & Associados – autores do projeto: Héctor Vigliecca, Luciene Quel e Ronald Werner
Photographer: Leonardo Finotti – divulgação

The Youth Arena (or Arena da Juventude), will host the Women’s Basketball, the fencing component of the Modern Pentathlon, and Wheelchair Fencing of the 2016 Olympics and Paraolympics. It will be one of the major legacies of RIO 2016, and after the Games will operate as a teaching and training center for sports people.


21 CEPSA

Project location: Arevalo, Ávila – España
Office Name: AUREOLIGHTING
Project team: Malka+Portús Arquitectos
Photographer: Montse Zamorano

The lighting of the CEPSA service stations was considered to be a major component of the marquise, and being lit at night in the corporate red creates a strong visual impact for the station.
The C-shop building turns into a torch signaling the presence of the station in its red polycarbonate skin, which provides a strong visual impact night and day.


22 EDIFICIO MODERNISTA CAIXAFORUM-BARCELONA

Project location: BARCELONA / ESPAÑA
Office Name: AIA INSTAL.LACIONES ARQUITECTONIQUES + MICHELA MEZZAVILLA
AUTORES: AIA INSTAL.LACIONS ARQUITECTONIQUES + MICHELA MEZZAVILLA
Photographer: Ariel Ramirez

To restore the visibility and appearance of the former modernist Casaramona factory, simple and adaptable lighting criteria have been used as opposed to the richness of its architecture. The design maximizes the integration between light and architecture so that the lights remain unnoticed assigning the leading role to the building.


23 TEMPLO EXPIATORIO DE LEON GUANAJUATO

Project location: León / México
Office Name: Lighteam Gustavo Áviles

The Temple of Atonement as one of the city’s vital organs, owing to its location, Neo-Gothic architectural style, striking stained glass windows, the Plaza de Escala is represented as a point of social and cultural integration in the nightscape expressed in light.


24 REHABILITACION DEL FUERTE VICTORIA GRANDE MELILLA

Project location: Melilla, España
Office Name: DCI Diseño y Consultoria de Iluminación
Project team: Chacel 8 Arquitectura , D. Jose Antonio Fernandez Fernandez (Arquitecto)
Photographer: Martín Garcia Perez / Jesus Granada

Everything begins with the intention to renovate an eighteenth-century fortress, simultaneously preserving traces of other eras. Light is a fundamental tool, a game or dialog with space, condensing two realities within a single place. Settings and accents dialog with the shade to generate a poetry in light.


25 PIXEL FLOW

Project location: Lima / Peru
Office Name: Claudia Paz Lighting Studio
Project team: Claudia Paz
Photographer: Silvia Neyra

A digital art installation that invites the viewer to explore several emotional experiences and generate unforgettable resources, it also enables sensory exploration in a space created by light and sound, allowing users to express themselves freely, surrounded by a customized spiral of pixels of light and sound which is activated by the natural flow of bodily movement to create a unique, magical experience.


26 LLUVIA DE LUCES EN NAVIDAD

Project location: Envigado / Colombia
Office Name: Interior 137 Arquitectos S.A.S
Arquitectos: Ana María Bustamante Jaramillo, David Ernesto Vanegas Henao, María Camila Duque, Isabel Escobar y Emanuele Caporrella.
Diseñadora gráfica: Laura Manuela Bustamante.
Photographer: Interior 137 Arquitectos S.A.S

This is a Christmas lighting project undertaken for the town of Envigado: it consists of carrying out an urban installation, conceived as being a luminous route on which the center and surrounding areas are transformed, offering visitors a festive and magical setting that harks back to Christmas.


27 ULSR 2015

Project location: Madrid / España
Office Name: LUISA ALVAREZ Y LARA ELBAZ
Equipo: Luisa Alvarez, Lara Elbaz, Ilze Kundzina, Stuart Langley, Mick Stephenson, Yazmin Villagrán, Carolina Salman, Anahi Narro, Cecilia Pérez, ‘Oh My Light!’, Fernando Mazzetti.
Colaboradores: Mercedes Jiménez Morón, José Alberto Barja, Peter Rodriguez Murphy, José Luis Tobalina, The Melbourne Light Sketchers, Tokya Diseño y Construcción, Duoc-Alameda Diseño, Colectivo Inventalab, Comisión de Empresarios Jóvenes Coparmex
Creditos adicionales: L-RO, Ayuntamiento de Madrid, Ambilamp, AADL, DECOmobi, RGB Lighting Systems, Tranavi, Megamex Iluminación, PH5, Charcol.
Photographer: ULSR_Madrid – Eoin Moylan, ULSR_Durham- Yafra Phillips, ULSR_C.Victoria – Juan Carlos Castañón Sifuentes, ULSR_Santiago de Chile – Francisca Insunza, ULSR_Buenos Aires – Alejandro Rubio

To celebrate Unesco’s International Year of Light 2015, the Urban Light Score Race, included in L-RO’s program, was designed to share and promote the culture of light in the urban space through a participatory worldwide event that simultaneously illuminated several cities through art, games and sports.


28 MENSAJE EN UNA BOTELLA

Project location: Provincia de El Loa, Chile
Office Name: Vibralight
Project team: Aquiles Pavez Toro (arquitecto y diseñador de iluminación encargado del proyecto), Jaime Díaz Villalobos (arquitecto – gestor local desde Pangea Fundación)
Photographer: Aquiles Pavez Toro

“Message in a Bottle (Mensaje en una Botella)” was a way of communicating with the inhabitants of Caspana (Chile) to get to know their opinions, wishes and impressions of their home town.
Small luminous bottles were created into which messages were placed in such a way that everyone could read them, and later on take a bottle home containing someone else’s message.


29 DISEÑO PARTICIPATIVO DE ILUMINACIÓN PÚBLICA

Project location: Bogotá / Colombia
Office Name: Colectivo Trasnoche
Project team: Trasnoche / Laboratorio de Iluminación Social. Ana Maria Bustamante, Solanyi Ramirez, Esteban Yepes, Carolina Pedraza, Raphaël Giruard, David Vanegas, Sebastian Calle
Photographer: Trasnoche / Laboratorio de Iluminación Social

The Collaborative Public Lighting Design project undertaken with the community of Triunfo for Quebrada la Nutria was based on three workshops that encouraged creative thinking about the night time, aiming to promote the development of new collective nighttime dynamics and improve the light conditions for the banks of the stream.


30 LUZ PARA TU BARRIO

Project location: Santiago de Chile
Office Name: Departamento de Iluminación, Escuela de Diseño, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Project team: Catalina Harasic (profesora curso de luminación UC), Bárbara Marambio (ayudante curso de Iluminación UC), estudiantes del curso (33 alumnos: ACUÑA, ALBERTI, AN, BONCZOS, BUROTTO, BUSTOS, COLLEMANN, CONTRERAS, CORREA, DE LA CARRERA, DEPASSIER, EVANS, FRÍAS, GAZMURI, HERNANDEZ, HURTADO, INFANTE, IZQUIERDO, KREUTZBERGER, LENIZ, MONTES, PINO, PLAZA, PULGAR, RECHER, RIESCO, SALINAS, SANCHEZ, URETA, URETA, VILLENA.
Photographer: Catalina Harasic Gil, Internas en el laboratorio de Iluminación. Cristobal Heiss, Puentes UC, exposición del trabajo. Estudiantes UC

“Luz para tu Barrio” (or Light for your Neighborhood) was the exam for the Lighting UC Course, in which students had the opportunity to design and manage a lighting project for real clients—shopkeepers in places with poor-quality infrastructure located in the Ictinos neighborhood of the Municipality of Peñalolén.


31 ALGORITHMIC MEDIA FACADE NH COLLECTION EUROBUILDING

Project location: Madrid / Spain
Office Name: Lighting Design Collective
Concept & Lighting Design: Lighting Design Collective (www.ldcol.com), Architect: L35 Architects, Specialist lighting installer: Susaeta, Main lighting supplier: Osram/Traxon.

A digital lighting installation that transforms a translucent stone cladding into an ever‐shifting canvas of moving light and shadow. The light content is generated in real time by a custom software built from biomimetic algorithms following LDC “natural movement of light” philosophy and never repeats.