07 Jun 2023

The ‘Maison Cauchie’

LIGHT-TO-LIGHT presents a brand new lighting scheme for the facade of the famous house located on the 5 Rue des Francs in Brussels called “Maison Cauchie” – an Art Nouveau jewel. Our lighting scheme will highlight the remarkable features of this exceptional façade created by the talented Paul Cauchie in

01 May 2023

First test of our new lighting design for the Bourse of Brussels

Thank you to everyone who attended last night’s lighting test at the Bourse Brussels and captured this unprecedented moment! Discover all the news about this project (photos and videos) by joining us on Instagram !

19 Jan 2023

LIGHT-TO-LIGHT wins the lighting design competition for the Tartu Cathedral

Inspiration from the Nordic skies led the LIGHT-TO-LIGHT team to develop the concept of “sunrise and sunset” to illuminate the architecture of the Tartu cathedral in Estonia. In the history of humanity, legends and tales have been used to explain life on the planet.  This is how the proposal of

14 Jan 2020

Play of lighting and shadow on the Hendrik Conscience Square in Antwerp

Appealing both to contemplation and gathering, Hendrik Conscience Square symbolizes architectural and intellectual treasure for the inhabitants of Antwerp. Indeed, it is a place that is bathed in a peaceful atmosphere with, at its side, a church sublimated by its baroque ornaments, and a library embodying knowledge. The lighting of

18 Oct 2018

Passage du Nord regains its original lighting

The gallery has just been inaugurated this  September 2018 after several years of restoration works that brings back its original character.  The new LED lighting was designed to restore the luminous atmosphere of the time, when the gallery was lit by gas lanterns. Project owner: Société Civile du Passage du

29 Jan 2016

Wallonian Parliament

Located at the confluence of the Meuse and Sambre rivers and sitting at the foot of the Citadel, the Walloon Parliament is visible throughout the landscape of the Namur valley. If in the past it seemed to have been erased from the urban context by public lighting, LIGHT-TO-LIGHT wanted to establish an illumination