Duilio Passariello Studio Lighting Design & Art
Duilio Passariello Studio Lighting Design & Art
I discovered lighting at a UNESCO cultural heritage site in Caracas, Venezuela, where the architecture, landscape, and urban planning of architect Carlos Raul Villanueva created a model of a humanistic university campus. The UCV is a modern agora; a combination of Humanistic and scientific knowledge, an XX-century open art museum, and a lush tropical botanical garden inside a sinuous and exuberant hardscape - a masterpiece in the art of colored mosaic walls. My campus shaped my mind inside and outside the classroom to combine scientific and artistic interests that projected me into the esoteric world of lighting. At 20, while investigating the diffracting pattern of butterfly wing scales under a scanning microscope, I fell in love with light. My unique path has given me a particular idea of what a lighting designer should be; an enlightened engineer, a visual artist, and a knowledgeable contributor to planning, architecture, landscape, interior design, and energy management in the era of climate change. We are lucky to be part of a new era in the generation of artificial light. Solid-state lighting opens a universe of possibilities our predecessors never had before. And because lighting encompasses a lot, I have learned from architecture, urban planning, landscaping, painting, movies, opera, theatre, sculpture, photography, dance, and fashion. What I design is based on experience, a well-trained mind seeing opportunities, the understanding of tasks, and an engagement with innovation. Welcome to my vision!
My approach to designing is rooted in a five stages process; understanding the request, defining the problem, brainstorming the ideas, exploring the alternatives and selecting a plan for documentation, evaluation, and eventually, implementation. My method for designing lighting encompasses from the most subjective to the most objective. Lighting is emotions and solutions.
Duilio Passariello Studio Lighting Design & Art
Duilio Passariello Studio Lighting Design & Art
I discovered lighting at a UNESCO cultural heritage site in Caracas, Venezuela, where the architecture, landscape, and urban planning of architect Carlos Raul Villanueva created a model of a humanistic university campus. The UCV is a modern agora; a combination of Humanistic and scientific knowledge, an XX-century open art museum, and a lush tropical botanical garden inside a sinuous and exuberant hardscape - a masterpiece in the art of colored mosaic walls. My campus shaped my mind inside and outside the classroom to combine scientific and artistic interests that projected me into the esoteric world of lighting. At 20, while investigating the diffracting pattern of butterfly wing scales under a scanning microscope, I fell in love with light. My unique path has given me a particular idea of what a lighting designer should be; an enlightened engineer, a visual artist, and a knowledgeable contributor to planning, architecture, landscape, interior design, and energy management in the era of climate change. We are lucky to be part of a new era in the generation of artificial light. Solid-state lighting opens a universe of possibilities our predecessors never had before. And because lighting encompasses a lot, I have learned from architecture, urban planning, landscaping, painting, movies, opera, theatre, sculpture, photography, dance, and fashion. What I design is based on experience, a well-trained mind seeing opportunities, the understanding of tasks, and an engagement with innovation. Welcome to my vision! My approach to designing is rooted in a five stages process; understanding the request, defining the problem, brainstorming the ideas, exploring the alternatives and selecting a plan for documentation, evaluation, and eventually, implementation. My method for designing lighting encompasses from the most subjective to the most objective. Lighting is emotions and solutions.
Duilio Passariello Studio Lighting Design & Art
I discovered lighting at a UNESCO cultural heritage site in Caracas, Venezuela, where the architecture, landscape, and urban planning of architect Carlos Raul Villanueva created a model of a humanistic university campus. The UCV is a modern agora; a combination of Humanistic and scientific knowledge, an XX-century open art museum, and a lush tropical botanical garden inside a sinuous and exuberant hardscape - a masterpiece in the art of colored mosaic walls. My campus shaped my mind inside and outside the classroom to combine scientific and artistic interests that projected me into the esoteric world of lighting. At 20, while investigating the diffracting pattern of butterfly wing scales under a scanning microscope, I fell in love with light. My unique path has given me a particular idea of what a lighting designer should be; an enlightened engineer, a visual artist, and a knowledgeable contributor to planning, architecture, landscape, interior design, and energy management in the era of climate change. We are lucky to be part of a new era in the generation of artificial light. Solid-state lighting opens a universe of possibilities our predecessors never had before. And because lighting encompasses a lot, I have learned from architecture, urban planning, landscaping, painting, movies, opera, theatre, sculpture, photography, dance, and fashion. What I design is based on experience, a well-trained mind seeing opportunities, the understanding of tasks, and an engagement with innovation. Welcome to my vision! My approach to designing is rooted in a five stages process; understanding the request, defining the problem, brainstorming the ideas, exploring the alternatives and selecting a plan for documentation, evaluation, and eventually, implementation. My method for designing lighting encompasses from the most subjective to the most objective. Lighting is emotions and solutions.