OVI’s book Lighting Design & Process featured in article ’77 Best Lighting Design Books’

OVI’s book Lighting Design & Process is featured in the article ’77 Best Lighting Design Books’ written by Thomas Schielke for The Arch Daily.  The feature outlines why Schielke appreciates the work of OVI and how the book shows light as an architectural component.

Light is an essential element to perceive architecture and to live and work in buildings. Therefore architects, lighting designers, teachers and researchers haven written inspirational books about light. They have shared their valuable theories and turned their experience into guidelines to improve daylight design and the art of illumination.

This collection offers a useful source of the best lighting design books for students, professionals and academics. The book list is grouped in categories: Daylight, illumination, urban lighting, media facades, landscape lighting, light collections, culture, monography, history, stage lighting and light art. In each section the volumes appear in alphabetical order with recent books in the beginning followed by classic publications. Discover fascinating publications that will enlighten your perception and understanding of light and space.


The well-designed book with many stunning images, sketches, and graphics, is a fascinating look into the design process of the New York based firm Office for Visual Interaction (OVI). The impressive portfolio shows how light is treated as a primary architectural component. Initial concept sketches, advanced computer models and drawings illustrate vividly the technical challenges in their mission.

Lighting Design & Process book Office For Visual Interaction

Lighting Design & Process book Office For Visual Interaction

See more about the book here: https://www.oviinc.com/2013/08/16/publications/

See the full list here: https://www.archdaily.com/946540/77-best-lighting-design-books