Play of Brilliants is a platform to explore sculptural lighting that reconfigures commonplace manufactured components to create designs that transcend their utilitarian pedigree.
It takes its name from the classification of decorative light by Richard Kelly, lighting designer for Mies Van de Rohe's Seagram Building, Louis Kahn's Kimball Art Museum and Eero Saarinen's General Motors Technical Centre.
It was started in 2011 by Alistair Blake, an architecture graduate from the University of Edinburgh, now living in London. He has developed his ideas working at Studio Toogood, Hopkins Architects and DSDHA.
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