L A M P: Lighting Architecture Movement Project


Evoke‘s Simon Montgomery was recently selected as a contributing designer for the upcoming LAMP exhibition,
opening this Thursday in the Woodward’s Atrium.
 
Designers were set a challenge to ‘re-imagine their talents in a conceptual exploration’.
 
Simon’s installation will be on display at the Opening Party, as well as Friday and Saturday.
“Given the word Arc as a starting point for this installation I chose to not focus on the shape of the curve itself, but instead to focus on what can happen within the arc”.
For more information, visit L A M P
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L A M P – ‘Lighting Architecture Movement Project’ – is a temporary group installation that showcases light and form through the lens of architectural design.

L A M P was created for professional designers to have an opportunity to re-imagine their talents in conceptual explorations and for the community to connect with architecture and design.

lampOpening Party: Thursday October 3
Where: Woodward’s Atrium – 111 West Hastings Street, Vancouver.
Tickets: $15.00, offering beer, wine, music & entertainment and is open to all ages.
 
Open to the public by donation:
Friday, October 4 & Saturday, October 5.
 
L A M P has chosen Arts Umbrella as their charitable beneficiary and will donate partial proceeds
to the local not-for-profit arts education centre.
 
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Formed in 2001, EVOKE INTERNATIONAL DESIGN™ incorporates conceptual thinking, spatial and interior design and graphic design to ensure consistent and coherent branded environments for its clients.

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