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This will give even the smaller companies access to exclusive, high-precision measuring technologies. Connect with an Apple or Android smartphone or tablet to program with the Arcolis touch lighting editor or control with the DMX Lightpad 3 remote app. May Design Series returns to ExCeL on May The fresh, intelligent, commercially focused event for the architecture and design community, attracts over 10, contract buyers, retail buyers and specifiers.

The profile can simply be sawn to any required length. Different versions of aluminium profiles and different shapes of plastic covers are available.

Plastic covers are available in three versions: clear, frost, milky opal. Czech Republic San Marino Costa Rica El Salvador ASIA China Hong Kong Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates Manufacturer of lighting design software Manufacturer of equipment and technology for control or manipulation of daylighting Note: Distributors are not given icons unless they also manufacture.

Subsidiaries are given the same icons as the HQ company. Note: In the event of multiple office practices, only the head office per country is listed, unless an Enhanced Entry has been purchased.

Creating memorable lighting experiences for a bright future. Put simply, the ILDS is our annual snapshot of the lighting design industry, a list of independent lighting design practices, major lighting manufacturers and their global distributors. Grouped into five global regions Europe, Americas, Asia, Africa and Australasia and sorted by country, these listings provides a valuable reference tool for those working with - and within - the lighting industry. Aside from practicalities, the ILDS is also an opportunity to take stock of how the industry - and in particular the lighting design profession - is evolving.

As our analysis on page 16 shows, practices are taking on more jobs, but revenue generated by each is decreasing as time pressures and ever-tighter budgets push good design down the list of project priorities. As IALD Immediate Past-President Kevin Theobald explains page 14 , the introduction of this globally recognised standard should go some way to further establish lighting design as a mature profession and a valuable dare we say essential - element in any major project.

Currently, the ILDS indicates which of the 1, lighting design practices listed include members of the two global lighting design associations - the PLDA and IALD - as an indication of the values to which those practices subscribe. If all goes well, we hope our edition will see the a CLD icon making its first appearance.

As ever, we finish with a note of thanks to everyone who contacted us with additions and amendments to our listings. Advertising Sales John-Paul Etchells jp. The intent of the certification is to identify lighting designers who have demonstrated a high level of professional competence, using their prior work as supporting evidence. Recent years have seen a number of challenges to the architectural lighting design profession, calling for licensing or related approaches to guarantee quality in the marketplace.

The challenge of producing a single metric of excellence within the profession can only be met by an evidence-based, self-administered system that comes from within the profession.

Prospects and clients will have confidence that those who have earned the status of CLD know their field and know now to succeed in it. The development of the CLD certification marks an important step in the maturity process of lighting design as an independent profession, one with its own important body of knowledge, approach to professional practice, standards of excellence and unique identified skills. The fact that the CLD is global supports the 21st-century nature of the profession: practitioners may work on projects in any country, from offices located in any other country, with a design team that may come from still other countries.

Those who earn the CLD. The CLD was developed and validated over the past four years by the IALD Credentialing Task Force, comprised of lighting professionals from a number of professional lighting-related organisations working with a world-renowned psychometrician - a specialist in creating professional certification programs.

The CLD includes seven separate domains of practice for architectural lighting design. The domains of practice encompass all aspects of the profession, from meeting owner and occupant needs to achieving maximum energy efficiency and collaborating with all members of the project design team.

To ensure its validity, reliability and defensibility, the CLD was developed using accepted international standards for professional certification programs. The domains were validated by an international survey with over respondents worldwide from lighting design, architecture and engineering. Respondents indicated the seven domains of professional practice researched by the Credentialing Task Force accurately reflect the practice of architectural lighting design and are important to the profession.

A majority of respondents had 12 or more years of experience. The framework of the CLD certification was alpha-tested by a first group of users in , and is currently in the process of being beta-tested by a larger group; both groups are representative of the global lighting designer population. By the end of , the IALD, as principal sponsor of the effort, expects to have in place the necessary management and administrative processes to provide a smooth-running operation for the first waves of applicants.

While there are a number of lighting-related certifications available, none measure lighting design-related skills. Many professional designations, in lighting as in other fields,. The shortcoming of this testing methodology is that there is no requirement to demonstrate competence: the ability to combine knowledge, skill and ability in actual application on actual projects. The CLD is proof that the holder has demonstrated a high level of professional skill in real-world application, as demonstrated across a variety of project types.

To allow its application globally and to consider the huge variety of educational and professional backgrounds among practitioners of architectural lighting design, the CLD is focused strictly on evidence from actual work, not just on training or education. The CLD certification and membership in a lighting-related professional association have different purposes. The primary mission of a certification program, and its main benefit, is to assess competence in a given profession or trade through an industry-validated assessment that adheres to certification industry standards.

A membership is about belonging to a profession and participating in activities that promote the profession. Membership, no matter how rigorous the review process, is not a certification. These particular organisations also have business model requirements e.

In addition to communicating their architectural lighting design prowess, CLD certification also communicates proficiency in the broad array of supporting skills necessary to the design-build process, such as Collaboration and Human Experience. If you are an architectural lighting designer, start collecting records of your work to support your eventual application. Applicants must demonstrate their competency in each of the domains of practice of architectural lighting design two times — meaning that you will need to provide evidence demonstrating proficiency renderings, sketches, signed attestations, etc.

Compile evidence from projects on which you were a senior lighting designer or above. Exhibits should not include any text added in post-production. For each piece of supporting evidence in each domain, explain how it conveys proficiency in words or less. When the application is officially released in , there will be additional questions required of applicants, but any advance work compiling exhibit information will greatly streamline the process.

For additional information on the Certified Lighting Designer programme, and what you can do now to prepare your application, email certification iald.

The CLD certification will be open to all lighting designers who meet the eligibility requirements. The certification is intended for seasoned practitioners rather than entry-level designers. Technology changes and changing practice conditions in the lighting industry necessitate that CLD holders must remain current in lighting best practices.

It is anticipated that the CLD must be renewed every three years. Information about specific application requirements will be forthcoming throughout as the beta test of the CLD process is completed and governance procedures are put in place. Keep an eye on the IALD web site at www. To receive additional information as it is made available, please email certification iald.

Collaboration: Skill at interacting with other disciplines by serving as an integral member of the team so that lighting relates to its context and adds value to a project. Ingenuity: A record of contributing ideas that demonstrate innovation, creativity, originality, imagination, or resourcefulness to foster the goals of the project.

Synthesis: Demonstrated ability to integrate the technical and aesthetic elements of lighting with space and form. Science: Showing how light interacts with people, materials, and building systems by applying the principles of light to meet relevant technical criteria.

Stewardship: Responding to known and potential social and environmental impact by designing solutions that avoid or minimise harm, discomfort, or waste. Human Experience: Demonstrated ability to design lighting solutions that positively affect people. However, closer analysis reveals a squeeze on fees resulting in lower revenue per head than ever before Now in its fifth year, the survey of 50 randomly selected lighting design practices has revealed a profession working harder than ever before to establish itself as a legitimate player in the design process.

Pressure on fees has been increasing but workload has been rising meaning an arrest in the annual downturn of revenue What is clear from the results is that the lighting design practices are taking on more projects than ever before an average of 44 per practice compared to 40 in but these projects have, on the whole, earned less revenue.

That is despite the fact that most lighting designers responded that the projects they are taking on are generally bigger. Rafael Gallego of Aureolighting has first hand experience of this phenomena. Not just a random assortment of projects but strategic work which we like. Our development strategy is to keep improving what we do and to resist expansion just for the sake of growth. Many responses to the survey stated that it was the fewer, international projects that brought in the higher fees, whereas less profitable projects in their own country were the bread and butter work that kept them going, particularly in the UK.

We are becoming more and more involved on the complete visual aspect, with video, graphics, content and scenography becoming a part of our scope of works. This can only help with the establishment of lighting design as an essential profession within the building fraternity. In important projects we are now called real lighting designers, not installers, electricians, or companies that sell light fixtures as they did before.

Architecture firms are once again becoming busy with new work and seem to be entering a stage of new growth across a range of market types. This growth for our customer base should lead to new opportunities for lighting designers. We also see more opportunity being generated from the continuing advancement of lighting technology and energy conservation, both of which lead to demand for our expertise. Through its technical expertise Tridonic enables its customers to implement lighting solutions.

More than development engineers create intelligent lighting concepts based on sophisticated systems and products. More than inventions and over patents are ample evidence of the powers of innovation of Tridonic. Lux, Disegnoluce, Nosta, TossB. The company distributes its great designed and high quaility products in more than 80 countries around the world. Bilal Golemi Nd. Company Filix founded in with main idea of developing illumination solutions. Today our focus is production of high end professional luminaries.

Implementation of modern technology through research and development enables us to create LED products which minimise and optimise energy consumption, while delivering maximum light output and desired effects. For Anolis reliability is the first priority, this can be witnessed in a variety of landmark projects around the globe.


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This will give even the smaller companies access to exclusive, high-precision measuring technologies. Connect with an Apple or Android smartphone or tablet to program with the Arcolis touch lighting editor or control with the DMX Lightpad 3 remote app. May Design Series returns to ExCeL on May The fresh, intelligent, commercially focused event for the architecture and design community, attracts over 10, contract buyers, retail buyers and specifiers. The profile can simply be sawn to any required length.


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