Humanity-Centred Lighting – The New Normal? Humanity-Centred Lighting – The New Normal?
Join Florence Lam, Global Lighting Design Leader at Arup and winner of the SLL President’s Medal 2021 for a webinar.  Florence Lam will explain... Humanity-Centred Lighting – The New Normal?

Join Florence Lam, Global Lighting Design Leader at Arup and winner of the SLL President’s Medal 2021 for a webinar.

 Florence Lam will explain her vision for ‘humanity-centred’ lighting and the business case for this integrated approach that reframes the energy / performance equation to create healthy, productive, sustainable – and beautiful – habitats for people and planet.

A 15 minute interview with Dr Shelley James will be followed by a live Q and A session – a rare opportunity to pose your questions directly to one of the world’s most celebrated and highly-respected lighting designers.

This interview is part of the Luna Pro project to raise awareness of the business case for healthy lighting, with support from academic and industry partners and sponsored by Bios, Glamox Luxonic, Phos, Seoul Semiconductor, Signify and Zumtobel.

Florence Lam is an Arup Fellow and leads the firm’s global lighting design practice. She is also recipient of the Society of Light and Lighting 2020 President’s Medal.

As member of their Region Board and Arup University Council, Florence also has an oversight role in foresight, research, learning, skills, knowledge, innovation and ventures operations in the UK, India, Middle East and South Africa. Florence is a Visiting Professor for Lighting Design and Engineering at the UCL Bartlett’s Institute of Environmental Design and Engineering.

Her expertise in daylight, visual perception, urban lighting masterplanning and holistic lighting approach plays a key role in many of her projects, from museums to airports, bridges to city precincts and public realm projects all over the world.

When?
10 Jun, 17:00 – 18:00 BST Webinar
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