PLDC 2019: one week to go

By this time next week my bags will be packed and I’ll be standing by the front door with my tickets in my hand . . . either that or running around panicking because I can’t find my press pass.

Are you organised?

Plan your conference schedule

PLDC offers 74 presentations + six Keynotes − and a wide range of activities within the exhibition area, of course! Four weeks before the event, it is worth starting to plan your conference schedule! When will you be in Rotterdam? Which papers are especially interesting for your professional development, and which speakers do you want to meet? Find out more about the speakers and their topics here. To get an exact overview of the programme, check out the conference schedule.

Henrik Clausen on the pursuit of recognition

Henrik Clausen is part of the Think/Do Tank that helped define the first steps to raise the profession to the next level and define the basis for an independent CPD structure for practising lighting designers. See Henrik’s comment here.

Experience Room Golden Ratio

From Leonardo da Vinci to Roger Penrose, many artists and architects have created works to align with the Golden Ratio, which is considered to represent proportions that are pleasing to the human eye. Visitors to this Experience Room will gain an insight into using the Golden Ratio when realising dynamic lighting solutions to create atmospheres suitable for humans and capable of producing natural happiness. Find out more about the Golden Ratio and activities in the Experience Room here.

Meet the LEDFlex team at PLDC

Founded by a team who are passionate about lighting and technology, LEDFlex works together with designers and architects to bring surreal yet functional lighting concepts to life. They work on a project-to-project basis to craft premium linear LED lighting solutions for architectural, urban, residential and commercial applications. Visit LEDFlex at PLDC at stand space S58 and view their latest range of linear luminaires along with their state-of-the-art virtual reality solutions, Virtualux, a tech-savvy alternative for lighting mock-ups.

The Light Code

In the eyes of Norbert Werner Wasserfurth Grzybowski, “Light is encoded reality” is one of the most important findings resulting from his work on his book “The Light Code”. But how does lighting design come about in practice? What part does it play in urban development today, and what methods should we apply to be able to cope with future developments? Order the book here.

Your PLDC team

Marienfelder Strasse 18
D-33330 Guetersloh

Tel: +49 5241 30726 0
Fax: +49 5241 30726 40

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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