SEP
16-18
2020


[d]arc room livestream...


is a global lighting design conference and forum for specifiers, designers and manufacturers brought to you by arc and darc magazines and Light Collective, the team behind the [d]arc awards.

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, [d]arc room livestream will be held online as part of a unique platform allowing interaction between participants and the audience all over the world.

The event will be held over three consecutive days on 16-18 September 2020 and will consist of a conference, workshops and product demonstrations.

CONFERENCE


CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL PROGRAMME

"[d]arc room: live, curated by Light Collective, has the knack of encouraging excellent lighting design dialogue in a challenging and inclusive format. It was a fantastic platform to share my views about light and health.”

"[d]arc room: live, curated by Light Collective, has the knack of encouraging excellent lighting design dialogue in a challenging and inclusive format. It was a fantastic platform to share my views about light and health.”


Karen van Creveld
founder Karen van Creveld Lighting Design

"[d]arc room, proved to be a big success for Radiant – a perfect meeting place for the lighting design community, allowing us to forge new relationships and cement existing ones. Well done to all of the organising team for accomplishing a much needed lighting design-focused event.”

"[d]arc room, proved to be a big success for Radiant – a perfect meeting place for the lighting design community, allowing us to forge new relationships and cement existing ones. Well done to all of the organising team for accomplishing a much needed lighting design-focused event.”


David Morgan
MD Radiant Architectural Lighting


PRODUCT


The [d]arc room livestream PRODUCT programme will enable manufacturers to show their latest products to an interactive audience via presentations, influencer reviews, chat rooms and network meetings.

If you are interested in participating please contact Paul James, [d]arc room director, on p.james@mondiale.co.uk

WORKSHOP


The [d]arc room livestream WORKSHOP programme will include interactive workshops by sponsoring manufacturers providing educational technology content streamed to a global audience.

If you are interested in sponsoring a workshop please contact Paul James, [d]arc room director, on p.james@mondiale.co.uk.


“[d]arc room: live was an amazing event, which brought together the best lighting talent in a forum promoting expertise and pushing the industry into further prominence - where it deserves to be. If you care at all about lighting and its impact on life and the world around us, you should make time in your diary for [d]arc room livestream.”

“[d]arc room: live was an amazing event, which brought together the best lighting talent in a forum promoting expertise and pushing the industry into further prominence - where it deserves to be. If you care at all about lighting and its impact on life and the world around us, you should make time in your diary for [d]arc room livestream.”


Marcus Steffan
founder MS Lighting

PROGRAMME


We are delighted to reveal the full [d]arc room livestream 2020 conference programme* and welcome all our amazing international speakers from around the world.

*All times in British Summer Time. Full programme descriptions of all presentations can be viewed on the Swapcard platform once registration is completed

  • Inspiration
  • Projects
  • Research / Professional Practice
 

WEDNESDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER

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KEYNOTE


09:15

Durham Marenghi (UK)

Olympic Ceremony Lighting Designer


THEATRE: The Greatest Show on Earth


The process of lighting the Olympic and Paralympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

STREAM A


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10:00 Dr. Emrah Baki Ulas (Australia)

Steensen Varming & UTS

Once upon a time in lighting design

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10:30 Yah Li Toh (Singapore)

Light Collab

The journey of a lighting designpreneur

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11:00 Ta-Wei Lin (Taiwan)

CMA

Daylight inspiration in practical and conceptual spaces

11:30 BREAK

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12:30 Paul Bishop (UAE)

Bishop Design

Seek from your surroundings

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13:00 Rikus De Kock (UAE)

Illuminate Lighting Design

High-end hospitality lighting

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13:30 Alla Filippovich (Jordan) &
Julia Zharkova
(Russia)

962Light / Kultura Sveta

Reading means borrowing

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14:00 Sakina Dugawalla-Moeller (UAE)

Light.Func

Why light?

STREAM B


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10:00 Christopher ‘Kit’ Cuttle (New Zealand)

Lighting Consultant

The difference a metric can make

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10:30 Dan Lister (UK)

Arup

Out of the darkness: finding place in 'non-space'

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11:00 Aticha Padungruengkit (Thailand)

Seam Design

Lighting for luxury

11:30 BREAK

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12:30 Kapil Surlakar (India)

Light@Work

Three short stories

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13:00 Patricia Lopez Yanez (UAE)

Architect and Lighting Designer

The leader as a beacon

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13:30 Regina Santos (UAE)

Godwin Austen Johnson

Hold on to your unicorn

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14:00 Armaghan Ahmadi Venhari (Iran)

Golnoor

Storytelling in cities

WORKSHOP


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14:30 Workshop by LensVector & RCL

Simplifying commissioning with advanced lighting technology; beam shape, intensity, colour, positioning and scene setting


*Please note the workshop is limited to 50 people and is not open to suppliers

 

THURSDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER

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KEYNOTE


11:00

Filippo Lodi (Netherlands)

UNStudio


ARCHITECTURE: Sensorial Experience Design


How UNStudio addresses the increasing role of experience design as a form of multidisciplinary practice

STREAM A


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12:00 Kaoru Mende (Japan)

LPA

The light seminar: lighting educational methods

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12:30 Carla Wilkins (Germany)

Lichtvision

Lighting the cultural icon

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13:00 Gary Thornton (UK)

neolight global

Lighting masterplan for a brand new city

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13:30 Roger Narboni (France)

Concepto

The future of our cities’ nights


14:00 BREAK

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15:00 Lisa Marchesi (Italy)

mldlab

Design with light and shadows: to stage culture with lighting

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15:30 Akari-Lisa Ishii (France)

I.C.O.N.

4-dimensional inspirations

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16:00 Annukka Larsen (Finland)

WSP Finland

Tackling light pollution in Helsinki

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16:30 Keith Bradshaw (UK)

Speirs + Major

Enlightenment

STREAM B


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12:00 Gabriele Chiave (Netherlands)

Marcel Wanders Studio

A journey through the work of Marcel Wanders Studio

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12:30 Ruth Kelly Waskett (UK)

Hoare Lea

We need to talk about daylight

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13:00 Sonal Garg (Sweden)

Lighting Designer

An interpretation of intriguing phenomena in nature.

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13:30 Asst. Prof. Dr. Karolina Zielinska-Dabkowska (Poland)

Applied research in lighting practice. Who? What? and Why?

14:00 BREAK

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15:00 Martina Frattura (Portugal)

White Pure

Where do you see the beauty?

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15:30 Martina Alagna (UK)

Nulty

The art of storytelling in the digital age

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16:00 Ksenia Kosaya (Russia)

QPRO

Efficient emotionality of lighting concepts for human well-being and productivity.

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16:30 Richard Taylor (UK)

Graphic Strategy

Aligning with disruption - how 2020 has lastingly changed the world of professional lighting solutions

FRIDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER

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KEYNOTE


13:15

Aleksandra Stratimirovic (Sweden)

Light Artist


ART: My Lights


The use of light as a medium to create works that inspire, trigger feelings or tell things.

STREAM A


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14:00 Virginie Nicolas (France)

Concepto

Dark infrastructures in urban lighting: a French touch

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14:30 Nathalie Rozot (USA)

Phoscope

Photly, by PhoScope

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15:00 Claudia Paz (Peru)

Claudia Paz Lighting Studio

Creating experiences


15:30 BREAK

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16:30 Emad Hasan (USA)

The Lighting Practice

Designing a successful career

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17:00 Sophya Acosta / Lia Bianki / Fran Varela / Luciana Suppisich (Argentina)

Sophya Acosta Lighting Design

Collective design work: collaborativity and horizontality. How the pandemic allowed us to change our work dynamics.

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17:30 Brett Andersen (USA)

Focus Lighting

Looking for the light (even during a global pandemic)

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18:00 Victor Palacio (Mexico)

(Ideas en Luz)

A couple of questions about lighting design

STREAM B


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14:00 Katia Kolovea (Greece)
Deniz Ural (Canada)

Archifos / Humanistic

Light and the art of being present

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14:30 Barbara Horton (USA)

HLB

Succession planning: why it’s important to start now

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15:00 Paola Jose (Mexico)

SOMBRA

The resilience of light

15:30 BREAK

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16:30 Monica Luz Lobo / Daniele Valle / Diana Joels / Flavio Berman (Brazil)

LD Studio + Kelving LAB / LD Studio / ConcepDUAL / Kelving LAB

The power of light is related to people

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17:00 Francesca Bastianini / Alexandra Pappas-Kalber (USA)

Sighte Studio

Policing with light

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17:30 Antonia Peón-Veiga (Chile)

Light Architect

Drawing light

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18:00 Edward Bartholemew / Nelson Jenkins / Lisa Reed (USA)

Bartholemew Lighting / Lumen Architecture / Envision Lighting Design

The global impact of racism on the lighting industry: Volume 2


BOOK TICKETS

 

[d]arc room livestream takes place on 16-18 September. The virtual event will be hosted on Swapcard. Tickets for the event are £10 (+VAT) and attendees will get exclusive access to the entire event across all 3 days including:

  • 3 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
  • 54 EXPERT SPEAKERS
  • TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOPS
  • 1-2-1 VIDEO MEETINGS
  • GROUP CHATS
  • GLOBAL PRODUCT LAUNCHES


Once you have confirmed your ticket you will automatically receive a link to access the event via Swapcard. You can view the event both on desktop and mobile device.

ILP members will automatically receive CPD credit for attending this event: the ILP staff will be informed of your participation and will credit your CPD record at no extra charge.

SLL members can record their CPD for attending this event using their MYCIBSE.


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Organised by:

darc media
In collaboration with:

light collective
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