Does outdoor lighting enable pedestrians to see other people’s emotional expressions? A recently published scientific paper by Steve Fotios at University of Sheffield and Maria Johansson at Lund University discusses

Our partners from across Greater Copenhagen joined us for a very sucessful study trip to  this year’s Fête des Lumières in Lyon. Apart from the spectuclar light festival itself, we

  Lighting Metropolis has taking the initiative to survey Greater Copenhagen’s potential for replacing existing road lighting and lighting in public buildings, to assess future scale of investment. The task

One of the demonstration projects in our living lab is the development of  a ‘building of the future’ – now Gate 21’s new domicile in Albertslund. The new office building

  Denmark’s Technical University (DTU) has reopened their library, after months of refurbishment work, as a smarter library, with several new features. Apart from improved accoustic, new ventilation and emergency exits

  The interactive Musicon path begins construction work today, and will be completed in June 2018. The 566m path stretches through the city’s the new creative quarter, and will have

  Aalborg University in Copenhagen has received the PLDR Award for their transdisciplinary Master’s programme in Lighting Design.  The intent of the prestigious award is to recognise the institution that has made

Albertslund seeks new partners for an innovative lighting project in an outdoor play area, where light and sound will encourage children – and their parents – to be outside all

  Our co-creation lighting workshop on the topic ‘Innovation in Art’ draws large amount of participants to Nikolaj Contemporary Art Center. As the number of art related demonstration and development

Two of our partners, city of Malmö & Aalborg Unviersity, have been invited to share Lighitng Metropolis’ cutting edge approach for developing sustainable and liveable cities through innovative lighting solutions.