Days are short at the tropics, and “Recreo de Noche” provides lit playgrounds for use after sunset to address the recreational needs of residents and communities deprived of electrical power. After a pilot with LIA in San Juán in the fall of 2018, the model will be reproduced throughout PR.
February 26 2018:
PhoScope is launching an outreach effort within the lighting community and via existing networks such as WILD NYC to increase socio-photocentric action and showcases the work developed for LSF in Haiti with the objective to inspire new teams to launch new projects. Learn more and watch the video here…
Concepteurs lumière, éclairagistes architecturaux: devenez phototectes. Notre glossaire étend l’application de l’étymologie de la lumière dans les langues vivantes pour nous aider à mieux y penser et en parler: téléchargez vos PhotoMots, 1ère Edition. Payez ce que vous voulez– vos donations nous encouragent et soutiennent la phototecture!
PhoScope embraces and supports diversity: we translated our PhosWords for the 500 miilion Spanish-speakers worldwide, including 55 milion in the US. Download your copy of FotoPalabras, 1˚ Edición here– it’s free, but we suggest a $10 donation: it is dedictable and we need your support.
We photly congratulate the winners whose entries were selected by our jurors: Enrico Cullen (photodendron), Connor Johnson (photofloral), David Manier (phoneiric), Glenn Shrum (phodega), Davor Stevceski (photohoric), Joe Wieder (aphoplexy), and Monica Williamson (phossential). Read more…
October 10, 2015:
Nathalie Rozot presents “Agents of Change in Lighting Education” at the IALD’s annual Enlighten Americas International conference in Baltimore.
In just 6 minutes and 40 seconds, you will find out how PhosWords provide you with the clearest language to describe your Life in Light at the IALD Enlighten Americas 2013: Pecha Kucha in Montreal.
Public presentation of work in progress for 5Watts and Twice Out Of Paradise April 24 and 25.
Nathalie Rozot explains how she became a Photoplanner, and introduces PhoScope in her lecture for the “Faculty Works in Progress” series at Parsons’ School of Constructed Environments (SCE), New York.
A passionate stargazer who grew up in rural Maine, movie director Ian Cheney lost sight of the stars when he moved to New York City. This experience motivated him to make the documentary “The City Dark” on light pollution. Critic review by Nathalie Rozot
PhoScope’s Nathalie Rozot explains the design practices of the architectural lighting industry and its future as urban populations grow. POV is an independent programming sponsored by PBS. Read Q&A.