As we mentioned previously, lighting is a key area in which the LIV team actualizes interesting design concepts. The Brentwood Presentation Centre is yet another location where we stretched our imagination to come up with something meaningful and eye-catching.
At its core, the lighting at BPC reflects an element of nature. The seven-chandelier showpiece design is based on the seven Asteres Planetai of ancient Greek myth, referring to the planets that are visible to the naked eye.
Lighting is very important to the LIV design team and we hope to showcase the different ways in which we have navigated our journey through this intricate art. The Vancouver Presentation Centre is a great start in presenting some of the ways our designs stand out, mainly in how we apply varied techniques to bring forth our vision.
Artfully integrated with the musical serenity of “Pour invoquer Pan, dieu du vent d’été” – the first movement of the six épigraphes antiques by Claude Debussy – we hoped to achieve the notorious form and rhythm of Debussy’s work at this presentation centre.