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LUMIA LIGHT STUDIO, USA
Principal: Chad Watters
Established: 2007
Office: San Diego
Employees: 4(2M :2F)
Annual turnover: $750,000 US
Notable projects:
•Coalesse (Steelcase Premium Group HQ)
•Disney Creative Entertainment Group
•WHotel, San Diego
•Desert Diamond Casino
•Wild Horse Pass Casino
•L’Auberge Spa
•Qualcomm Campus B uildings
•Fallbrook Branch Library
Best thing about the lighting design The futureoflighting design?
profession: The sky is the limit. Public interest in theCurrent /upcoming projects:
Interacting with abroad spectrum of archi- quality and sustainability of the spaces we•Ramona Branch Library
tects, engineers and designers on topics occupy is reaching acritical mass where•Ling and Louie’sRestaurant
that represent the cutting edge of design: both daylight and electric light areunder-•Shula’sSteak House
emotional impact of the built environment, stood to be integral to each and every de-•San Diego Yacht Club
sustainability and raw functionality. sign decision, rather than strapped on at the•Medimpact Corporate Headquarters
end. Lighting designers will find themselves•Hanna Gabriel Wells Studio
If you could change one thing... involved earlier on agreater percentage of
Higher regardfor the value of design in projects. The advancement of technologiesFavourite piece of kit:
American consumer culture. like occupancy sensors, photocells, andTrusty yellow pencil for creating Light Maps
control systems means that the expertiseand communicating simple ideas graphically
expected of the lighting designer will be
increasingly broad.
Principal: Paul Traynor LIGHT BUREAU, UK
Established: 1999
Offices: London, Belfast
•Hilton Hotel, Heathrow Terminal 5 If you could change one thing...
Employees: 16 (9M :7F) •Golden Square, Birmingham The banning of the incandescent bulb. It is
•Moscow Park City Masterplan ill thought out and ill conceived, creating as
Annual turnover: £750,000 many problems as it solves and is based
Favourite piece of kit: upon unsubstantiated facts.
Notable projects: (Paul Nulty,Director): iPhone –Ithelps
•The Monument, London organise my life The futureoflighting design?
•NATOHeadquarters, Brussels (Paul Traynor): My Vespa, most crucial Therecertainly is afutureand it’sbright
•Farnborough Business Park machine Iown (current economic situation aside). People
•Tower 42, Old Broad Street, London now realise that good lighting can add value
•Hashemite Plaza &Amphitheatre, Jordan Best thing about the lighting design to each project and lighting designers are
•The Connaught Hotel Penthouse, London profession: increasingly becoming an integral part of
•Diageo Headquarters, London (Nulty): The ability to affect aspace and in the design team process rather than an
•Norton Rose Headquarters, London turnthose using the space. The variety of ‘add on’. However,lighting designers will
projects and challenges and the broad skill face many challenges, not least combining
Current /upcoming projects: sets required to service them –that’stwo, is creative and visually interesting design with
•KPMG Canary Wharf, London that allowed? energy efficiency and sustainability.
•One Hyde Park, London (Traynor): The way it makes you see and OR: Learning to do everything with LED light
•Porto MonetenegroMasterplan, Tivat really appreciate what’saround you in away sources!
•Graff, New Bond Street, London most people would miss.
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