Mark Sutton Vane will be speaking on the topic of ‘Articulating Architecture’ at Lightspace.London on Wednesday 23rd November at ExCeL, London.

The controversial presentation will take place on the first day of the event and will focus on the celebration of space using light, while eliminating distracting features, such as fixtures and fittings. 

During the talk, Mark will show examples of existing spaces which maximize their potential, such as his Sussex cellar project with its unique colours and shapes, and the recent York Minster project where he relit half of the historic building with fittings which cannot be seen.

The event itself is backed by the Lighting magazine, the IALD, and is co-located with LuxLive, the UK’s largest lighting exhibition, and Strategies in Light, Europe’s leading LED light conference.

Attendance to the event is free and you can register here.  More information about the event can be found here