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LENI SCHWENDINGER LIGHTPROJECTS, USA
Notable projects: anew international platform. Principal: Leni Schwendinger
•Triple Bridge Gateway,Port Authority of
New York and New Jersey Bus Terminal If you could change one thing... Established: 1992
•Chroma Streams: Tide and Traffic, Kings- Wires. No morewires.
Office: New York Cityton Bridge: Glasgow,Scotland
•Coney Island Parachute Jump Illumination, The futureoflighting design?
Employees: 8(5M :3F)Brooklyn, New York Iagree with Maholy-Nagy who said “the
•Dreaming in Color,Marion O. McCaw Hall, visual work of the futurelies with the ‘light Annual turnover: $1 million US
Seattle, Washington painter’.
Current /upcomingprojects:
•26Federal Plaza, New York City
•Jiading New City Park,Shanghai
•North Embarcadero Visionary Plan, S an
Diego
•Dallas Main Street Garden Park, Dallas
Favourite piece of kit:
Lite-Brite by Hasbro.
Best thing about the lighting design
profession:
Lighting Design as aprofession is expanding
globally.Asadesigner,Ihave moreopportu-
nities for exploration and have been enjoying
GABRIEL MACKINNON –ARCHITECTURAL LIGHT,CANADA
Notable projects: •Heritage Lighting Strategy for Old TownPrincipals: Philip Gabriel, Andrew
•National Gallery of Canada TorontoMackinnon
•Carrefour Laval Mall, Quebec •Bank of Montreal
•North Vancouver Lighting Master Plan •The Ismaili Centre, TorontoEstablished: 1972
•Montreal International Airport •LEED challenged residences.
•Canadian WarMemorialOffice: Ottawa
•National Arts Centre Favourite piece of kit:
Employees: 6(4M :2F) As much as it drives me crazy,I’d have to
Current /upcoming projects: say –mycomputer.For alighting fitting, I’d
Annual turnover: $500,000 US •Canadian Museum of Nature have to say the good old PARlamp in an
adjustable, lockable housing. (Gabriel)
Best thing about the lighting design
profession:
The camaraderie and giving natureofall the
lighting practitioners I’ve had the pleasureto
meet. (Gabriel)
If you could change one thing...
Have everyone in the world wake up tomor-
rowwith alove for light in the built environ-
ment.
The futureoflighting design?
Very optimistic, if the world economy can
recover.The growing awareness through
the magazines and the web means more
work than most of us can handle. We need
to strengthen university lighting education
(www.learn2light.com) to build abase for a
bright future.
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