Tag: Light

Transformation of architectural perception through light: from ‘worldly to angelic

Introduction Aims: To introduce the ‘Edenic’ aspect of the project, elaborating its significance and application at personal and universal level. Establishing what Angelic Architecture is; developing a symbolic architectural language based on the study of angels and immortal beings in various religions and beliefs. Experimenting with materials in close coordination with Light to evaluate the …

‘In the light of the decision of the European Court of Human Rights in Gillan v United Kingdom on stop and search powers under the Terrorism Act 2000, the analogous powers of stop, question, search and detention in Sched. 7 of that Act are arguably also in breach of several Convention Rights.’

Introduction The police powers of stop and search are considered to be one of the most controversial police powers. They have been criticised in a variety of contexts and legislation, e.g. for their inefficiency to combat crime, and for their arbitrary application. The stop and search powers under s 44 of the Terrorism Act 2000 …

The Light Bulb: One of the Most Useful Inventions in the World

People need light to be able to see. In the morning, there is sunlight. But in the night, people use electric light made from light bulbs. Without light bulbs, people would not be able to see and would have to rely on their other senses to do tasks. Without light bulbs, our lives would be …