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ISOLA 2014

I was honored to be invited to speak on the role of lighting in creating a sense of place in landscape. My talk explored this approach through the filter of culture and climate. I also shared how cues from the sun in landscape often guides our approach to developing lighting design solutions. After the talk, I was asked to stay on for a panel discussion on conclusions from the conference.

The organizers did a fabulous job by inviting notable personalities like Vandana Shiva, Ashok Vajpeyi, and Feisal Alkazi to speak at the conference as well. All in all- an inspiring conference where I learned more than I shared.

Written By: Abhay Wadhwa

Abhay Speaking at ISOLA

Spring Equinox Newsletter from AWA

AWA wishes our friends celebrating their New Year yesterday a very Happy Nowruz!

Studio News
March 21 2014

Singapore Chancery, NYC
Construction continues in full swing on the Singapore Chancery New York City. Expected Completion- 2Q 2014

Cyber Hub, Gurgaon
The Times of India features an article on another AWA Project. The article is titled “Cyber Hub turns itself into leisure hotspot”
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Abhay Wadhwa at ISOLA 2014
On Saturday March 1 2014, Abhay Wadhwa spoke at the Indian Society of Landscape Architects (ISOLA) 9th Annual National Conference 2014. Abhay’s lecture was on the “Impact of Culture and Climate on Lighting Systems in Creating a Sense of Place”.
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Abhay Wadhwa to Speak at ISOLA 2014 Conference

On Saturday March 1 2014, Abhay Wadhwa will speaking at the Indian Society of Landscape Architects (ISOLA) 9th Annual National Conference 2014. Abhay will lecture on The Impact of Culture and Climate on Lighting Systems during day 2 of the conference.

ISOLA- AWA- Culture and Climate

 

Link for the official ISOLA 2014 Brochure

Link for the official ISOLA convention website 

Link for the official ISOLA main website