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FISHER MARANTZ STONE, USA
Notable projects: against the stringent energy codes and thatPresident: Charles GStone II
•Carnegie Hall, New York should be entertaining as well. Ithink the
•Washington Monument, Washington, DC futurelooks, well, bright. Ican hardly wait.Established: 1971 (by Jules Fisher
•Museum of Islamic Arts, Doha (Charles Stone)and Paul Marantz)
•Staten Island 9/11 Memorial
•The Tribute in Light Office: New York City
•Hong Kong Airport
Employees: 27 (15M :12F)•The Venetian Macau
•Jin Mao Tower,Shanghai
Annual turnover: $3 million US•Hyderabad Airport, Hyderabad, India
Current /upcoming projects: If you could change one thing...
•The Burj Dubai The increasingly prescriptive regulatory
•MGM City Center,Las Vegas approach to “saving energy” ought to be
•9/11 Memorial and Museum, New York supplemented by incentives and allowances
•World Trade CenterTransportation Hub, for different urban densities. We ought to
New York celebrate city life and allow ourselves more
lighting power to do so.
Favourite piece of kit:
That little suction cup on astick we have for The futureoflighting design?
relamping those tiny downlights in lift cabs. We have had to become sustainability
experts in order to keep our seat at the
Best thing about the lighting design table to participate in lighting design. We
profession: spend perhaps half of our time on “energy”
Icontinue to enjoy being apart of the life related issues. This trend is heretostay.
and light of one city after another.Iamnever New sources and control technologies will
bored and wake up ready to go to work. keep things interesting. Thereisgoing to be
(Charles Stone) some “push back” by owners and investors
PFARRÉ LIGHTING DESIGN, GERMANY
Favourite piece of kit: If you could change one thing...Principal: GerdPfarré
Iamreally happy about our Apple Mac Initiate coaching seminars for project man-
office network, and, even more, about our agers concerning the benefits of profession-Established: 1998
new spiral binding system. Ilove those spiral al lighting design. These seminars should be
portfolios... And Iamhappy about our new very expensive.Office: Munich
workshop /mock-up room downstairs.
Employees: 8(2M :6F) The futureoflighting design?
Best thing about the lighting design What awonderful world. Thereare so many
Annual turnover: Approx € 800,000 profession: interesting projects waiting out there, for
The human factor.Thereisatrue sense all of us. Newcomers, however,should
and ahuman benefit behind our profession. burntheir fingers on afresnel lens, beforeNotable projects:
Lighting Designers arenice people. they begin to make lighting calculations or•BMW,Munich
renderings.•Manufactum, Munich
•Globus, Zurich
•Old/New Harbor,Bremerhaven
•Alter Hof, Munich,
•WGV Cafeteria, Stuttgart
(all award-winning projects)
Current /upcoming projects:
•Town House, New York City
•Forum, Uzbekistan
•Tashkent, Uzbekistan
•Olympia Hall, Munich
•Port Rambaud, Lyon
•Sheraton Palace Hotel, Moscow
•Gern64residential complex, Munich
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