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As curator Durham Marenghi puts it, “I hope to be able to bring focus to an event about lighting design and not just about product...”. This will be the main focus of The ARC Show which is firmly targeted at the specification market particularly appealing to architects, interior designers, high end retailers and lighting designers. This is reflected in some of the terrific features that the 2012 ARC Show will be showing.


source the capability of being tuned to vi- brate and enrich certain colour wavelengths whilst still appearing as a constant colour to the human eye. Spectral Equalisation will completely change the way in which we use colour, so this session is a must see for those lighting designers keen to be kept up to date. This new, ground-breaking technology will only be seen at The ARC Show, so for all lighting designers, looking to take their knowledge to the next level, this session is for you! The ARC Show is also proud to be work-


ing with BD magazine, the UK’s best read weekly title for architects. BD magazine will be chairing a series of talks by leading lighting designers such as Dominic Meyrick, Sally Storey and Jeff Shaw at the show on Thursday 1 March. Following the show, BD will host a networking event for designers and architects so they can share the latest thinking in creative lighting solutions. Edito- rial Director Amanda Baillieu commented on what the audience can expect from the session: “It’s about challenging the audi- ence to think about architectural lighting in a completely different way.”


The exhibitors will help you stay ahead of the trends with products featuring Sustain- able, Healthcare and Education, Retail and Urban Lighting solutions. From the private to the public sector, attend and success- fully source for your next project. With an emphasis on design, The ARC Show is your only destination for showcasing all aspects of lighting, creating light as an experience. The ARC Show will take place at the Busi- ness Design Centre from 29 February – 1 March 2012. To register for the event, visit the website www.thearcshow.com


Opposite page, left to right Giulio Antonutto, Arup; Arfon Davies, Arup; Kevin Grant, Happold Lighting; Dr. Geoff Archenhold; Mark Sutton Vane, Sutton Vane Associates; Ian Cathcart, OSRAM; Kevin Theobald, IALD President-Elect This page, left to right Paul Traynor, Light Bureau; Joe Bokelman, ETC; Durham Marenghi, The ARC Show curator; Mark Major, Speirs and Major; Amanda Baillieu, Editorial Director of BD magazine; Mark Ridler, BDP; Dominic Meyrick, Hoare Lea Lighting


Thursday 1st March 10:00am: INTRODUCTION


10:30am: Paul Traynor, Light Bureau “The affects of lighting on towns and cities” Paul will discuss how our cities and towns are affected by the way we light them. Designed or accidental, visual stimulus form part of what we see. Paul will explore what the emotive result of this is.


11:30am: COFFEE BREAK


11:45am: Joe Bokelman, ETC, introduced by Durham Marenghi “Spectral Equalisation – An industry exclusive only at The ARC Show” Joe will introduce a new technology that will excite all lighting designers – Spectral Equalisation. For all Lighting Designers looking to take their knowledge to the next level, this session is for you! Imagine a world where a white or coloured light source is capable of being


tuned to vibrate and enrich certain colour wavelengths whilst still appearing as a constant colour to the human eye. A warm white source giving flattering illumination to skin tones yet able to enrich the bands of the visible spectrum of specific clothing whilst appearing to be the same colour temperature of white light.


An art gallery illuminated with white light where each source is tuned to enhance each particular picture’s colour composition. Coloured architectural light thrown upon a building’s surface yet tuned to pick out specific tones in brick, metal and stone work. A retail environment where the lighting scheme can be tuned to show each product and branding in literally the best light!


12:30pm: Julie Greer of Greer Pritchard, Mark Major IALD, Speirs and Major and Kay Hughes, ODA “The Olympic lights”


This panel session will discuss the Olympics looking at how the project is managed and delivered to a world class standard.


13:15pm: LUNCH BREAK


14:00pm: Hosted by the Lighting Industry Association (LIA)


“Lighting in the Green Deal” Panel debate hosted by the Lighting Industry Association.


15:00pm: Dominic Meyrick, Hoare Lea Lighting; Sally Storey, Lighting Design International; Mark Ridler, BDP; and Jeff Shaw, Arup Lighting.


“BD Magazine Panel, chaired by Amanda Baillieu”


16:00pm: BD Magazine Networking session


17:00pm: CONFERENCE FINISH


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