CompanyLimelight Atelier
Lead DesignerMelvyn Law
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Prize(s)1st Place in Architecture Categories / Architectural Lighting
Entry Description

Ascent, is situated at a junctional entry in Singapore. The formative lighting intent was to attract with legibility, and retain users after dusk.
The Facade Lighting was inspired by a “ribbon of light” spandrel lighting that wraps around the lower retail block and embraces the central courtyard, staging it’s aesthetics as part of functional lighting.
It is also an attempt to demonstrate that quality illumination and energy savings can be achieved with by, rethinking and reacting to the fundamentals of light, usage of materials and techniques in exceeding the structural, strict energy policies and authorities requirement to the desired outcome.

The surrounding landscape lighting are designed to be subtle yet enticing, encouraging interaction and spill over usages at dusk, allowing users to enjoy a tranquil breakaway moment from the hectic business environment.
The main lobby was designed in juxtaposed of variety of white lights for accentuation, comfort and intimacy.


Limelight atelier is a Singapore based Lighting Design Consultancy sharing and operating as an allied profession globally, that drives creative solutions and fosters a team-based approach that supports Owners, Architects, Landscape Designers, Interior Designers' aspiration & vision.

It was founded with the vision of implementing quality lighting design as an intangible asset, focusing and strategising on the users' experience and spatial centric medium for the natural and built environment.

The interdisciplinary diverse culture and broad base of skill-sets from our studio enables us to investigate challenging constraints and detail innovative, effective solutions on a wide ranging scale and category; preventing problems from occuring, increasing investment returns, health & comfort, marketability values to any projects, attuned to the evolving requirement for our clients, the geography, economies, and the users of the space