Parsons

Student Work

  • Lighting Design (MFA)

    Hansol Park

    Daylight in A Ceramics Museum

    In this lighting design for a ceramics museum, daylight enhances the meaning and the beauty of objects by providing a desirable atmosphere to showcase these works of art. Manipulating the architecture enables the museum to act as a luminaire and allows for the optimization of daylight by controlling the distribution and intensity of light in the space and the illumination of the artifacts.
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