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FOCUS LIGHTING, USA
foot ceiling and tell if it is fluorescent or metal all the new materials and surfaces. YouonlyPrincipal: Paul Gregory
halide by the spectral distribution. It is so see the light that reflects offthem into your
simple, yet so functional. eye. For this reason the Lighting Designer isEstablished: 1986
now an equal member of the design team
Best thing about the lighting design with the Architect and the Interior Designer.Office: New York City
profession: Together they decide what picturethe
Employees: 30 (15M :15F) The best thing about lighting design is the viewer will see. The Lighting Designer is
beautiful combination of art and physics to morevalued than ever as an important part
Annual turnover: $4.8 million US make it such astimulating profession. Also, of the success of aproject.
lighting designers arerespon-
Notable projects: sible for what theviewer sees.
•Times SquareBall 100th Anniversary The architect sees the structure
(2008 +2009), NYC and the volume, the interior
•Times SquareExhibition Center,NYC designer sees the finishes and
•Atlantis Resort, The Palm Island Jumeirah, materials and we see the light
Dubai that falls on all the surfaces
•Mondrian Hotel, Miami and into the viewers’ eyes.
•Wukesong Arena, 2008 Olympics, Beijing We create the highlights and
•FAO Schwarz Flagship Store, NYC the shadows to help paint the
•LeCirque Restaurant (2000 +2006), NYC picture.
Current /upcoming projects: If you could change one
•The Crystals at City Center,Las Vegas thing...
•Metal Shutter House, NYC If only the restaurant that we
•Museum of Natural History,Los Angeles convinced to deliver frozen
•Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, margaritas to the office was still
Chicago in business. Now,that would
•Boca Beach Club, Miami be nice.
Favourite piece of kit: The futureoflighting de-
My pocket-sized spectrometer that shows sign?
the frequencies of light emitted from a The futureofLighting Design
source in arainbow display.You can look is very positive. “All YouSee Is
at aclosed bottom recessed fixtureona25 Reflected Light.” Youdon’tsee
DANHEAP,FRANCE
foundation and galleriesPrincipal: Dan Heap
Favourite piece of kit:Established: 2005
It would be difficult to fault asheet of
card, astaple gun and acan of whiteOffice: Siran
paint when trying to perfect acon-
Employees: 2(1M :1F) cealed lighting detail.
Annual turnover: £175,000 Best thing about the lighting de-
sign profession:
Notable projects: The chance to transform spaces through
•Science, Dudbridge –Gallery and good design, smart control and clever
production facilities for awell known integration.
British artist
•The Lancasters -Redevelopment of If you could change one thing...
the former Lancaster Gate Hotel into The colour output and rendering capabilities
76 luxury apartments of LEDs. If this could improve they would
revolutionise the lighting design industry.
Current /upcoming projects:
•Toddington Manor –Refurbishment The futureoflighting design?
of aformer manor house into an art The future’sbright.
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