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What is it about light?

Light in design is a multifaceted element, playing a crucial role in architecture. Light defines how we perceive and appreciate every other element in a design: colour, texture, space and form. Good lighting design will create the whole mood of your spaces.

Places are limited, Register today

Join us at the Occhio Flagship Store in Fulham, London, to hear from leading lighting experts:

  • Tristan Forrest, Showroom Manager, Occhio, who will present Occhio’s Culture of Light.
  • Sally Storey, Founding Director, Lighting Design International, Creative Director of John Cullen Lighting and RIBA author, who will share insights from her book, Inspired by Light: A Design Guide to transforming the home.
  • Keith Bradshaw, Senior Partner and CEO, Speirs Major, who will be showcasing Case study: Lighting projects and emerging trends.

A panel discussion focusing on emerging trends and inviting questions from the audience will follow their talks. There will be an opportunity to network with architects and product designers. This will be a catered event with a bar and a selection of chef prepared finger food.

This RIBAJ event is produced in association with Occhio



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