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Designing with Shadow: Lighting Design for Urban Environments and Architecture Hardcover – May 16, 2013
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Born in Tokyo in 1950, Karou Mende holds Bachelor and Masters Degrees from Tokyo University of Art in the field of industrial and environmental design. In 1990, he founded Lighting Planners Associates Inc. The scope of his design and planning activities ranges widely from residential and architectural lighting design to urban and environmental lighting. He is also the acting chief of the Lighting Detectives, a citizens' group that specialises in the study of the culture of lighting. He is a professor at Musashino Art University and a part-time lecturer at Tokyo University of Art, Tokyo University and other institutions. He has authored Science of Illumination and Lighting (Shokokusha), Welcome to the Lighting Detectives (Nikkei BP), A Manner in Architectural Lighting Design (TOTO Publishing) Transnational Lighting Detectives (Kajima Publishing), Lighting Design for Urban Environments and Architecture (Rikuyosha) and many other publications on lighting. Mende's numerous awards include the Illuminating Engineering Scoiety (IES) International Illuminating Design Award of Distinction, International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) Radiance Award, Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan (IEIJ) Japan Lighting Aaward, Japan Culture Design Award, Mainichi Design Award, and others.
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