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KEVAN SHAWLIGHTING DESIGN, UK
Principal: Kevan Shaw Notable projects: Best thingabout the lighting design
•Royal Bank of Scotland World HQ profession:Established: 1989
•The Museum of Scotland The challenge of dealing with constantly
•AspireTower,Doha changing lighting technology,thereisalwaysOffice: Edinburgh
•PIFSS Tower,Kuwait something new to learnand anew way to
Employees: 6(4M :2F) •THEPUBLIC, West Bromwich achieve ideas.
•The Queen’sGalleries, Buckingham Pal-
Annual turnover: £2-£300,000 ace and Holyrood Palace If you could change one thing...
Proper professional recognition for Lighting
Current /upcomingprojects: Designers.
•The Ashmolean Museum, Tanfield,
Edinburgh The futureoflighting design?
•Kuwait Trade Centre Very difficult to say at the moment. Iwould
•Demiroren Mall, Istanbul like to see the L ighting Designer as an es-
•Symphony Complex, Kuwait sential team member for all projects. Light-
•Wallace Collection, London ing education has come along way in the
last 5or6years Ihope that this will result in
Favourite piece of kit: agreater availability of good rec ruits that will
The internet! It is ahuge information allow the profession to grow strongly.Iama
resource, an effective communication bit concerned that the smaller independents
tool and will play an increasing role in aregoing to be p ushed out by the increas-
lighting control and monitoring. ing tendency of engineering firms offering
‘Specialist Lighting Design’ services.
SCHULER SHOOK, USA
Partners: Robert Shook, Duane
Schuler,Michael DiBlasi, Todd
Hensley,Jim Baney,Jack Hagler
Established: 1986
Offices: Chicago, Minneapolis,
Dallas
Employees: 36 (20M :16F)
Annual turnover: $2 million US
Best thing about the lighting design
profession:
Architects who truly enjoy collaborating and
making the lighting an integral part of the
ences, EdmontonNotable projects: architectural design.
•American Players Theatre, Spring Green•Millennium Park, Chicago
•Keil Opera House, St. Louis•John G. Shedd Aquarium, Chicago If you could change one thing...
•Kirkland &Ellis offices, Chicago•Bank Boston, São Paulo Morerecognition on the part of owners and
•Holocaust Museum &Education Center,•Skidmore, Owings &Merrill offices, developers of the value of quality lighting,
SkokieChicago even if that cannot be easily demonstrated
•Skadden,Arps,Slate,Meagher &Flom•Rainforest Café, worldwide on the bottom line.
offices, Chicago and Atlanta•Historic Water Tower,Chicago
•Minnesota Judicial Center,Minneapolis The futureoflighting design?
Favourite piece of kit:•Orlando Airport We’revery optimistic. Education is improv-
Our lighting lab and mockup room, which ing, our skills arebeing recognised more
includes one large unobstructed white wallCurrent /upcoming projects: consistently,and lighting designers arebe-
that is marked in a12-inch grid.•Abu Dhabi Golf Club Resort Hotel ing hired for ahigher percentage of projects
•Centennial Centrefor Interdisciplinary Sci- than ever before.
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