We are pleased to invite you to the 2nd edition of Lighting Design Forum
Lighting our Heritage Landscapes
November 12, 2015 ・ Starting from 4 p.m.
FUNCTION HALL The URA Centre
45 Maxwell Road, Singapore 069118
(Kadayanallur Street entrance)
The lighting of architectural heritage landmarks illuminates our landscape and has the capacity to transform the city.
The 2015 Lighting Design Forum will focus on the trends and key issues concerning the lighting design
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Main Keynote Speakers
Lighting for old and new then for the future
Kouru Mende will explain how lighting should apply for historical Architecture when it is renovated by introducing LPA’s projects such as National Museum of Singapore, Victoria Theatre & Victoria Concert Hall, National Gallery Singapore and Tokyo Station Marunouchi Building.
The lighting of heritage sites within the modern city’s Lighting Master Plans.
The classical concept of illumination dissociate the monument of its space and its surrounding landscape. Visually, it isolates the architectural object from the urban context.
16.15 Registration and coffee/tea reception
17.00 Welcome speech
Kelvin K.E. ANG
Director Conservation & Urban Design Group Urban Redevelopment Authority
17.10 Lighting Design Forum from a designer point of view
Lighting Designer Principal – Light Cibles
17.20 Lighting Heritage
Director Preservation of Sites and Monument National Heritage Board
17.30 The lighting of heritage sites within the modern city’s Lighting Master Plans
Lighting Designer Principal – CONCEPTO Studio
18.30 Lighting for old and new then for the future
Lighting Designer Principal – Light Planners Associates
Peer M. Sathikh
Associate Professor – Arts Design and Media – Nanyang Technological University Singapore
19.45 Light Buffet – Networking session