Luis Barragán’s legacy lies in the way he uses light and color. Tadao Ando’s sensitive approach to natural light established his own architectural language. James Turrell’s dramatic interior transformations explore a unique perception of visual experiences where “light is not a tool to enable vision but rather something to look at itself”. Olafur Eliasson’s immersive installations play with the psychology of viewers using just light, water, and air. These architects and designers, among others, have reimagined how light is perceived, inspiring generations of architects to follow suit with the way they understand and employ light.

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