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On the 20 July 2017 Colin Ball from BDP will talk Archetypes of Night : Our Lost Stellar Environment! From a background education in architecture Colin has worked as a Lighting Designer for 20 years, with 9 years’ experience at.
Written by acdcWe are excited to announce Tony Rimmer from Studio 29 as the next speaker for How To Be Brilliant series 2017, talking Exterior Architectural Lighting! How To Be Brilliant is brought to you by the Institution of Lighting Professionals in collaboration.
Written by acdcBook your free place now: www.theilp.org.uk/brilliant How To Be Brilliant is brought to you by the Institution of Lighting Professionals in collaboration with acdc lighting and Marshalls Design Space. Their generous support means we don’t charge to attend. Any queries?.
Written by acdcIt’s a busy week at acdc as we help the Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) put a variety of sites on the lighting map as part of the light festival Illuminating York 2016. acdc sent 600mm Linear RGBW Blade.
Written by acdcEspecially for students, interns, apprentices and new entrants to the lighting profession. The Institution of Lighting Professionals and acdc LED invites you to a FREE, fun, friendly talk in Clerkenwell, London. Meet an inspiring expert who will talk about lighting.
Written by acdcWe are delighted to be hosting a PLD networking event on 30th October 2016 for Lighting Designers. The theme of the event will be “My biggest inspiration …” We are honoured that 5 very talented Designers will be joining us.
Written by acdcWe create light experiences – far beyond just illumination. You are cordially invited to experience the acdc, Thorn, and Zumtobel brands of the Zumtobel Group on our joint stand at Light Middle East 2016. Be inspired by the innovative strength.
Written by acdcThe 2016 edition of the annual Serpentine Pavilion is a 14 metre high complex sculptural structure designed by Copenhagen/NYC based architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). As daylight fades the pavilion is enhanced by specialist lighting from the Zumtobel.