The multi-award winning lighting designer and founder of Skira Architectural Lighting Design, Dean Skira said that "Light is not important for architecture, but for people who live in it.” Skira has been showing that light can not only be a functional tool, but also a beautiful spectacle for viewers to enjoy.
Throughout his lighting career as Liightng Designer, spanning almost 30 years, Skira has worked on many projects of interiors, landscape, facades, products and lighting art installations. However, how many projects will last in the next generation?
Technological disruption changed the way we think about lighting and lighting design, but did we forget what we’ve learned in last 100 years. When will product design and production begin with the word 'quality' and not 'price'? Whose fault is it? Attend this webinar presented by Dean Skira which forces us to think hard on such topics.
This talk is actually not about answers, it’s about questions which new generations should ask themselves at the beginning of their careers and maybe one day be the leaders of profession and not followers.
Here are the key learning objectives of this session:
- Examples of total lighting design, through holistic approach
- Learning to see and demand
- Taking a stand by having a clear vision about benefits for the end user-human beings
- Lighting is not important for architecture but for the people who live in it