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Lighting Design I

Basic data


Birgit Walter and Ivan Bravo

Duration // Timetable

15th to 19th July 2019 (25 hours) // From 4 p.m. to 9.15 p.m. (the schedule could be altered in order to adapt to the showrooms)




520 €. The tuition for students enrolling both Lighting I + Lighting II is 900 €. Bold members of Elisava Alumni will enjoy a 15% reduction.


Basic / Medium


The aim of the course is to understand de importance of light in any architecture project and the way in which it affects the space perception.

The different modules will be worked through theory and practice, providing students with the necessity skills to understand light as another tool in the process of projecting and designing spaces.


Aimed at
Architects, interior designers, engineers and professionals related to design.
Profiles interested in the relationship of light and space.

Material needed
Laptop, camera / phone, colored pencils.

Required knowledge
Those of the before mentioned degrees.

Collaborating entities
Lamp Lighting – Light manufacturer
Viabizzuno España - Light manufacturer /  
Grupo MCI  - Light manufacturer /


To understand the importance of light in the design of any space and to work with it, using it since the beginning of the project.

Structure and Contents

El course programme is structured in different modules which will offer the basic illumination concepts:

Module I. Light, perception and space
Introduction to light and lighting evolution through history.
Light nowadays: society, technology and art.
Practical workshop of light perception.

Teaching Staff

Coordinador of the Lighting Design Area at ELISAVA. Lighting Designer. Engineer in Industrial Design awarded by ELISAVA. Teacher in the Master’s Degree in Retail Design and Branding at ELISAVA. Co-founder of Anoche Iluminación Arquitectónica. He works as a designer and project manager, carrying out all kind of lighting projects in architecture, urban planning and interior design, developing from the concept to the materialization of the work.

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