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Lux Live

When: 23rd – 24th November
Where: ExCel, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London E16 1XL

Lighting directors Mark Ridler and Colin Ball will both present on the second day at this year’s Lightspace/Lux Live conference and exhibition.  At 14.00 Mark will talk about creativity in human-centric design and whether its imperatives differ greatly from creative design or can lighting designers delight and surprise with light while attending to the non-visual needs of occupants. He will then join a panel discussion at 15.00 with Jeff Shaw of Arup and Mary Rushton-Beales of Lighting Design House when they will further explore the challenge the advent of human-centric lighting represents to the design community and how to turn scientific knowledge into practical application.

Colin will join Emma Cogswell of IALD at 12.00 to present Light – Image – Architecture when they will discuss their latest material showing how they use the moving image in their work with sketches, visuals and models to transform the space in which they’re in and melting the boundaries between space and image.  Following this at 15.15 he will then present Education: Who needs lights discussing BDP’s work at the award-winning Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia, which is one of the greenest buildings in the UK.  The Enterprise Centre is also shortlisted in the Lux awards in the Office, Education and Healthcare category.

Lux Live is Europe's biggest annual lighting event and tickets can be booked using the link below.