Jane Gosney FRSA FSLL


The importance of considering and assessing both daylight and electric lighting needs for all projects is central to the way Jane has worked as a designer. An understanding of glass, windows and roof light design has always been as important as understanding luminaire performance. Engineering and aesthetic concerns have always been balanced in electric lighting schemes."Painting with Light" www. Society for Curious Thought

Jane's work has ranged from advising on rooflight design to allow the maximum potential for daylight at Bristol Airport with YRM (image far right) to exterior schemes such as Festival Place with WSP where illuminated towers were recognised as lighting art (image far left courtesy Grosvenor). Her special interest and expertise is in working with glass when lit naturally or by electric light. "Three Invisible Walls"

She advocates low energy design, is active in the Society of Light and Lighting and reviews Technical Publications. Jane has worked with sponsors, on lighting and art events in London, lectured at the Cornwall Sustainable Buildings Trust, at the Universities of Exeter, Hull, Reading and the RIBA.

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