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122 TECHNOLOGY / THE ARC SHOW PREVIEW


THE ARC SHOW 2012 - FOCUS ON DESIGN


The ARC Show 2012 is packed full of firsts. The first-ever curator, the first-ever in- novation awards and exclusive conference sessions.


The true power of architectural lighting design will be witnessed as The ARC Show’s curator, Durham Marenghi, transforms the show around the visitor. Having created the lighting design for a wide variety of theatre, opera, dance, trade, heritage, concert, live event and television productions worldwide, Durham is the ideal curator. He designed the lighting for the Winter Olympics and Paralympics Opening and Closing Ceremo-


nies in Turin 2006, becoming the first British Lighting Designer to have illuminated an Olympic event. Durham also illuminated the London 2012 Handover at the Beijing Olympic and Paralympics Games. A new addition for The ARC Show is The In- novation Awards, a new awards programme that recognises lighting products that have the perfect combination of innovation, technology and design. With entries coming in thick and fast, the Innovation Centre, which will be a beautifully built area within the show, will be the definitive source for recommended industry excellence. The


IALD ENLIGHTEN EUROPE CONFERENCE


The IALD Enlighten Europe Conference taking place at The ARC Show brings together renowned industry professionals delivering an invalu- able insight on the direction of the latest lighting trends. Prices are £150 for a one day pass and £250 for a two day pass. Register online for your place: www.thearcshow.com/enlightening-zone-conference


winner of the first ARC Innovation Award will be announced at the show on Thursday 1 March.


The IALD conference programme has been shaping up nicely with sessions on hot topics such as daylighting, LEDs and exploring a lighting masterplan for a world class venue such as the Olympic Park. Day two of the conference will see curator Durham Mareng- hi introducing Joe Bokelman from ETC pres- ent an industry exclusive session exploring a new technology – Spectral Equalisation. Spectral Equalisation is in essence a tech- nology that allows a white or coloured light


Wednesday 29th February 10:00am: INTRODUCTION


10:15am: Giulio Antonutto & Arfon Davies, Arup


“Daylighting for Lighting Designers” Part 1 – Fundamentals with Giulio Antonutto. Giulio will present the fundamentals of daylight and inspiring all lighting designers with what they should know. Part 2 – Application with Arfon Davies. Arfon will present a case study to illustrate how to design with daylight.


12:00pm: COFFEE BREAK


12:15pm: Kevin Grant IALD, Buro Happold


“City Master Planning”


The Olympics has brought about the regeneration of city environments right across the country and Kevin will explore the question of how lighting designers work with town planners to create new


environments or improve existing ones. 13:15pm: LUNCH BREAK


14:15pm: Dr Geoff Archenhold “LED Basics”


LEDs are a topic that is constantly explored by lighting designers, but are they ever truly understood? Join Dr. Geoff Archenhold to discuss how LEDs work and what they are best at doing.


15:15pm: Mark Sutton Vane IALD, Sutton Vane Associates “LED case study”


Mark will take a look at how LEDs are being used in the built environment.


16:15pm: Dr. Geoff Archenhold, ISTL; Ian Cathcart, OSRAM; Derek Tibbitts, Cree; chaired by Kevin Theobald IALD President “LED Panel”


This panel session will explore what the


leading manufacturers are doing for the architectural lighting design industry.


17:30pm: CONFERENCE ADJOURNS 18:00pm: DRINKS RECEPTION


20:45pm: Michael Bosanko, light artist “Inspiration and light”


Join us as Michael presents an insight into his many imaginative art works.


22:00pm: Students from UCL and Rose Bruford College “Glow stick graffiti” Students from Rose Bruford and the Barlett entertain us with their temporary light installations on a guided walk around Islington.


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