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    Light for

    spatial syntax

    Attend this webinar and gain insights on light for humane, sustainable and engaging spaces.
     

    Live on Mar 3, 2016 at 11:00 am to 12:00 noon IST

     

    Light for spatial syntax

    Philips Lighting Academy invites accomplished Ar. Yatin Pandya who will enlighten us about “Light for spatial syntax: Towards humane, sustainable and perceptually engaging space making”, on 3rd March. The session will also be open to all attendees to Q&A with the renowned and distinguished architect.

     

    While architecture as an art or science has intrigued us human beings for centuries, we have been learning and unlearning it with much gusto. Light is also a dimension equally inspiring and mystical simultaneously. Hence we have invited renowned Ar. Pandya to enlighten us about various dimensions of Lighting– whether known or unknown – in the realm of architecture.

     

    A brief about the speaker

     

    While environmental sustainability, socio-cultural appropriateness, timeless aesthetics and economic affordability are key principles of his work, Ar. Yatin Pandya, a graduate from CEPT and masters from McGill university, Montreal is an author, activist, academician, researcher , practicing architect with his firm “FOOTPRINTS E.A.R.T.H” . He is engaged in city planning, urban design, mass housing, institutions, museums, exhibit halls, interior design and conservation projects. Ar. Pandya has authored several books on architecture, published research papers and written over two hundred articles in national and international journals . He has also published two books in traditional architecture internationally.

     

    Let us hear him out and benefit the most from the master himself! Let’s get illuminated with architecture and lighting alike!!!

     

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    Yatin Pandya

     

    Ar. Yatin Pandya, a graduate from CEPT and masters from McGill university, Montreal is an author, activist, academician, researcher, practicing architect with his firm “FOOTPRINTS E.A.R.T.H” .