Cities can use light in a variety of ways, leading to very different luminous landscapes, or “nightscapes”.
The nightscape impacts how we move through cities at night and what we see as we do so. Moreover, how municipalities apply light in their urban spaces actually shapes these spaces and our experience of the city as a whole.
How have different cities across the world created their nightscapes?
Get the stories of 12 cities in the new LUCI publication, “Exploring City Nightscapes”, developed in cooperation with the City of Lyon and the ROCK project.
Featuring conversations with urban lighting decision-makers – from Amsterdam, Antwerp, Bologna, City of London, Ghent, Geneva, Jyväskylä, Lyon, Rotterdam, Seoul, Shanghai and Strasbourg – this book explores different approaches and common challenges linked to developing nightscapes.
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