The city of St. Petersburg is launching a flagship Research & Innovation project that aims to develop new urban lighting environment for the period from 2018 – 2030 up to 2050.
Discuss with Michael Beckert and Tapio Rosenius how architects and lighting designers can collaborate far more effectively; join this Moderated Discussion and see if you are on the same page.
This workshop with Thorsten Bauer will focus on the general approach to this field of design, and how to design moving image content for media facades.
Francesco Iannone and Serena Tellini graduated in Architecture from Milan Politecnico in 1975. They immediately decided to focus exclusively on lighting design, and are today recognised as being among the most progressive lighting designers in and outside Italy.
“For me, PLDC is not a only an event or a show which happens every two years. It is also a continuous and vivid network and a moving education centre. I am glad to be part of this network and always looking forward to the next event.”
Wojtek Cieplik, LED Engin, Germany
“I am attending PLDC not only for knowledge and inspiration, but also to be involved in the development of our profession. I have attended all previous PLDC´s and I will not miss this one in Rome where we will take critical steps for the future of professional lighting design.”
Gudjon Sigurdsson, Liska, Iceland