Yes, because Design Conversations are back! At Kreon, the session ‘Interacting with Light and Data’ will discuss our experience of light with the advent of new lighting technologies. A panel of four experts will tell you what you need to know.
27 September, 2017
Technologies for and around lighting continue to develop, with potentially game-changing effects on how we interact with and experience light. But what is the take-up rate? What do clients, building users and designers want today when it comes to lighting design? What’s most important to each stakeholder group? How is new technology altering our encounters with light? And how well are the experiential qualities of lighting surviving the technological evolution?
Indesign Media Asia has invited four lighting industry leaders to discuss these questions and provide insights on lighting design today at Singapore Indesign 2017’s Design Conversation titled ‘Interacting with Light and Data’.
Get to know our industry leaders:
Director – Bo Steiber Lighting Design
Dimalibot has extensive lighting design experience across master plan, infrastructural, transportation, hospitality, commercial and residential projects locally and internationally. Among her notable projects are the external and internal lighting of the MRT stations along the Downtown Line extension and the lighting master plan for NUS National University Town.
Singapore Lighting Leader – Arup
Foreman has 20 years experience in the design and construction industry including extensive international experience in the aviation, commercial, retail and hospitality sectors. Now specialising in lighting design conceptualisation and lighting design management, Foreman’s holistic approach to design integrates the environment and community with lighting technology.
Senior Designer – Illuminate Lighting Design
Armed with a Master in Architectural Lighting from Germany, Assawarungsee has been actively involved in various types of lighting design projects for both interior and exterior in Thailand, China, India, Europe and the Middle East. Among the projects he’s delivered to completion are the 56-hectare Shangri-La Spa and Resorts in Sri Lanka, City Hall facade lighting in Berlin, and Hyatt Regency Bangkok.
Principal – Light Collab
One of the first five lighting designers to be recognised with the Certified Lighting Designer (CLD) Certification, Toh is the principal of lighting studio Light Collab and the Southeast Asia regional coordinator for the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD). In addition to her experience working on various award-winning lighting projects around the world, Toh is also an educator who engages in facilitating workshops for design and lighting at tertiary institutions.
Design Conversation ‘Interacting with Light and Data’ will be moderated by Cubes and Indesignlive.sg Editor Narelle Yabuka at the Kreon Showroom at 63a Club Street on 7 October, 12:00pm-12:45pm.
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