Architect Magazine Goes Behind the Scenes on The Work of OVI

Architect Magazine goes behind the scenes in a piece about OVI’s book entitled Lighting Design & Process.  The book goes behind the scenes and showcases projects from the OVI team as well as the process through which architectural lighting designers go through to plan their work.  The book is a process-focused outline by the OVI founders that gives readers insight into the creative process for architectural lighting design.
New York–based lighting design practice  Office for Visual Interaction (OVI), founded by Jean Sundin and Enrique Peiniger, has released its first monograph, Lighting Design & Process. The 217-page volume presents the firm’s work of the past decade and half and includes such notable work as the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, Scotland; the New York Times Headquarters in New York; the United States Airforce Memorial in Washington, D.C.; and the New York City streetlight redesign.
The book was designed by Sundin and Peiniger and incorporates sections that elaborate on their working process, showcasing the level of design and technical research that lies behind every project. The book also features an introductory essay by Dietrich Neumann, professor of History of Art and Architecture at Brown University.
Lighting Design & Process book Office For Visual Interaction

Lighting Design & Process book Office For Visual Interaction