February 21, 2018
Sides: the DLFNY annual "debate"
Join us for
a fun and educational evening of lively, sometimes absurd debate
between members of the New York City lighting design community.
Enjoy a verbal joust as the debaters take sides on some of the most
pressing topics in the lighting industry, during a light-hearted
evening of discussion mixed with humorous provocation and competition.
The topics have
been chosen to provoke a dialog, so the opinions expressed by our
panel may not be their personal stance, but will surely be interesting
panel members include prominent figures from all aspects of the
The event is
hosted by Parsons School of Design and is free and open to all.
at FIT, 2017. Photos: David Bergman
to date (new speakers added):
Mark Roush, Experience Light LLC
Phil Acone, Eaton
Glenn Shrum, Parsons, Flux Studio
Alex Pappas-Kalber, Sighte Studio
Brian Labbe, Electric Lighting Agency
Gabe Guilliams, BuroHappold*
Natalia Lesniak, Lumen Architecture*
Peggy Meehan, PSM Product Consultants LLC*
Blitzer, The Practical Lighting Workshop LLC
* Newly added
Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall
The Auditorium, Room A106
66 West 12th Street
Free to all
March 1, 6:00-7:30
White Light not White?
and comparison, this presentation explores the differences between static
color temperature, tunable white, and color changing LEDs . . . and importantly
how color and the angle of light affect materials and textures for interior
Speakers: Cindy Limauro
and Christopher Popowich, Design Partners, C&C Lighting
Where: New York School of Interior Design, Arthur Satz Auditorium, 170
East 70th Street, New York, NY, 10021
Stay tuned for registration
March 13-14, 2018
is a charter member of the Parsons Lighting Design Partners program.
of the IFDA/NY Award for Excellence in Education
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