Client / n/a | Role / Designer | Year / 2016

CLUE (Community Lighting for the Urban Environment) is an international lighting design competition aimed at students and emerging young professionals.

The theme for the 2016 edition was designing public spaces that stimulate our senses, follow social needs and play a key role in allowing the users to reconnect with the environment and the communities.

My take on it was the creation of big dome-shaped constructions made out of photovoltaic solar glass with the support of external solar panels that will accumulate enough power throughout the day. These domes would be build around the globe at refugee camps and cities with higher density of displaced persons, to act as multicultural, multi-faith community centres that are illuminated throughout the night.