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Principals: Kenneth Douglas, FaithILLUMINATION ARTS, USA
BaumNotable projects: who you meet working on them. One day
•National Audubon Society Headquarters, you can be focused on acorporate campus Established: 2004
NYC and the needs of those clients and the next
•Biloxi Bay Bridge, Mississippi you can be dealing with an airport and the Office: New Jersey
•Ann Taylor,Fifth Avenue Flagship S tore, distinct needs of those clients. No two days
Employees: 5(2M :3F)NYC areever the same and they arerarely dull.
•Rockefeller Brothers Fund Headquarters.
Annual turnover: $750,000 USNYC
If you could change one thing...
Current /upcoming projects: Not athing...life is good. the ever-increasing demands of LEED and
•Irving Convention Center,Texas other green design benchmarks, it must
•Kings County Courthouse, NYC The futureoflighting design? have aqualified lighting designer on the
•Renaissance Squaretransit center and My belief is that lighting design will continue project team. Additionally,the growth of the
college campus, Rochester,NY to prosper in the future. Isee several ongo- profession on aglobal scale has continued
•The Princeton Club, NYC ing trends that aredriving the profession forward, despite the current economic
at the moment, including the increasing doldrums. Small pockets of lighting design-
Favourite piece of kit: importance of sustainable design. Green ers can now be found practicing in almost
The ThornContrast series of floodlights has design has given the profession theone every corner of the globe. As the economics
been one of my favourite products for the thing it has always desired; arequired seat of these regions grow,the opportunities for
many floodlighting projects we undertake. on the project team. We arenolonger an these designers will grow as well. Iamper-
(Douglas) expensive specialty consultant that only high sonally quite optimistic that our profession
profile projects can afford, we arenow a will continue its steady growth and meet
Best thing about the lighting design necessary part of the project team, deal- the many challenges that the economic and
profession: ing with an increasingly important specialty regulatory environments arecurrently putting
The diversity of projects and the people area. If aproject is serious about meeting in our path.
Principal: Christian Vogt VOGT &PARTNER, SWITZERLAND
Established: 1997 Current /upcoming projects: The futureoflighting design?
•Lighting concept, inner city of Singen It grows and grows (and should become
Offices: Winterthur,Switzerland •Railway station square, Aalst better and better).
and Freiburg, Germany •Central railway station, Munich
Employees: 14 (10M :4F) Favourite piece of kit:
Crayons (black, white, yellow and blue) andAnnual turnover: 1.4 million Swiss
dark paper.Francs
Notable projects: Best thing about the lighting design
•Parliament Building, Bern profession:
•Masterplan, Karlsruhe Thereisno“the” best thing –everything
•Central Square, Biel about lighting design is great!
•IBM Switzerland, Zurich-Altstetten
•Zentrum Huob (Tertianum), Pfäffikon If you could change one thing...
•Assurance court, Luzern Moreproduct neutrality in lighting design.
LES ECLAIRAGISTES ASSOCIES, FRANCE
•Turbineplatz, Zurich Contrast glass.Principal: Laurent Fachard
•Prison, La Farlede
•Left Bank, Garonne River,Bordeaux Best thing about the lighting designEstablished: 1989
profession:
Current /upcoming projects: The less we light the morewesee.Office: Lyon
•Ecole Nationale Superieuredes Beaux
Employees: 6(3M :3F) Arts, Paris If you could change one thing...
•Quartier de la Duchere, Lyon Turn offthe planet. Returntothe natural
Annual turnover: € 640,000 •Espace AEF,Nimes night time, relearntosee in the dark.
•Platz des Europaïschen Verspeschens,
Bochum The futureoflighting design?Notable projects:
Iamvery pessimistic about man’scapacity•ParcdeGerland, Lyon
Favourite piece of kit: to control its energy demand.•Place des Terreaux, Lyon
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