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"It's critical that lighting be in scale
with the space, that it be very carefully
integrated with the design of the
architecture," says lighting designer
Francesca Bettridge of Cline Bettridge
Bernstein Lighting Design, New York.
"Technology presents many options
for creating meaningful experiences
in even the smallest of spaces, including
those for circulation or that fall in
between program elements." Bettridge
cites the firm's design for Bar Basque
with Philip Koether Architects, which
translates art director Syd Mead's (Blade
Runner) conceptual renderings into
a real-life restaurant and bar. "One
corridor connects many of the main
spaces in the restaurant, but it is also
a separate and very rich, very visual
experience for patrons. The passageway
is narrow, but the lighting imbues it
with a sense of mystery, leading patrons
to other areas of the restaurant and
allowing them to discover, in each
of these areas, new and futuristic places
that they would not experience in
everyday life. The lighting organizes
these spaces, making them at once
familiar and intensely compelling."
In Southern California, architect Isabelle
Duvivier considers in-between spaces
as opportunities for conservation and
function. Side yards serve dual purposes
as water displays and collection cisterns,
yard storage sheds are foundations for
tree houses, and staircases typically
double as libraries or galleries. For the
Pickford House in Culver City, Duvivier
designed the staircase to serve as a
3-story vegetated wall and interior
cooling tower. The result uniquely layers
design for aesthetics, performance
and resource conversation.
These designers' work can create
moments of significance and even
celebration via form, materiality,
function and light. Central to the notion
of 'in-between' is transition: hallways,
elevators, stairways and alleyways lead
from one space to another, one endeavor
to the next and therefore present
opportunities to transform the experience and emotions of occupants and
users as they move through space.
A historic example is the Southern
vernacular "dogtrot" house. The dogtrot
is defined by a central breezeway that
splits cooking and dining spaces from
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