The Institution of Lighting Professionals (ILP) has encouraged members to contribute to a Social Lighting workshop in London this coming October. The workshop aims to bring together the collective minds of lighting designers, architects, planners and social scientists to debate the social implications of their work and brainstorm new and innovative practices.
The workshop aims to educate lighting professionals in social research implementation and provide the tools they need to integrate social design into future projects.
Over five days the workshop will cover social research methods in design, and attendees will design a lighting concept for Peabody’s Whitecross Estate in Islington which is to be presented to guests and associates on the final day.
Anyone interested in taking part can apply via the LSE Cities website.