12 November 2019
Jess Gallacher, ILP Engagement and Communications Manager
"I believe it is one of the most groundbreaking initiatives happening in the industry right now. It could potentially become one of the most influential forums to help shape the future of lighting design by uniting research, studies and knowledge with designers, manufacturers and industry professionals to implement conscious and responsive design.” That’s the verdict from Lee Painter, Lighting Designer at BDP, who attended the launch of Lighting For Good recently. An evening of talks highlighted the importance of this new knowledge sharing platform.
Mark Sutton Vane of Sutton Vane Associates spoke about the lighting of the venue, Neuron Pod, followed by a succession of talks on ‘knowledge for the future’ from
• Dr Jemima Unwin, UCL
• Dr Alejandro Sanchez de Miguel, University of Exeter
• Dr Navaz Davoudian, UCL
• Kerem Asfuroglu: Dark Source
• Don Slater, LSE/Configuring Light
• Kimberly Bartlett, ILP VP Education
The evening was chaired and moderated by Graham Festenstein, ILP Vice President Architectural and Greta Smetoniute, Michael Grubb Studio.
Lighting for Good is an online platform for lighting researchers, designers, engineers and manufacturers where...
• Practitioners can ask for evidence about lighting issues
• Designers and manufacturers can find answers to support their design recommendations
• MSc and PhD students can get ideas and support with topics for their dissertations
• Students, researchers and companies can find collaborators The Lighting for Good team hopes that this will lead to more useful, relevant evidence for the profession to benefit from.
We invite you to join the platform!
Log into MyILP portal: https://ilpportal.zenzero.co.uk/Account/Login and this will take you to a screen where you can click on Lighting for Good.
You may be asked to enter your email and password again (because it’s your first time on the forum but from then on it won’t ask) - then you will be in the Lighting for Good forum.
Not an ILP member? Try a free ILP trial membership to gain access to the forum! Contact the ILP Membership Manager to arrange this.
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