Speaker Roberto Corradini will be touching on a topic that may be uncomfortable for some – rejection. To help him gain an overview, please offer him three minutes of your time and answer a short survey.
Plenary session to be held at PLDC 2019 in Rotterdam to encourage the emergence of a new international movement.
We are already well into the year 2019, but it is certainly worth taking a look at what the coming months have in store.
Spencer Johnson has an artful way of introducing to how to cope positively with change. He has created a story to help people understand why change is necessary to be able to survive…
A basis for discussion
Ninth reason: PLDC is the largest gathering of architectural lighting designers, and reflects the market as it is – and as it will be.
–> No other lighting design conference attracts more colleagues and friends from the professional community.
“About honesty in the lighting world.”
by Joachim Ritter
Eighth reason: PLDC is always good for a few surprises
At PLDC things happen that you would never expect of a conference.
Seventh reason: At PLDC you experience locations, social gatherings and parties you will never forget.
Everyone talks about it, but nobody seem to know what it means.
Observations by Joachim Ritter
Who invented that? Not me, but I think there are ways of doing it better.
By Joachim Ritter
Sixth reason: At PLDC you can witness product launches and revolutionary developments
Seoul Semiconductors will be presenting their newly developed SunLike LED to the global lighting design community.
Fifth reason: The lighting design community knows no borders.
PLDC knows no boundaries between countries and nations, professions, age groups, has no prejudices, creates no unnecessary barriers.
Lumibär, the Chocolate Lamp … and bad taste
You don’t have to pretend to like this kind of stuff to be sick of it …
There are four categories of facade lighting…
by Joachim Ritter
No luminaire can provide the complexity that nature has defined over millions of years.
A comment by Joachim Ritter
Fourth reason: The selected papers and discussions reflect the future of the market and not the past.
The way the PLDC programme is put together is globally unique.
Third reason: Different market players are present so you can meet everyone you need to meet to discuss your personal development and market trends.
Partner associations, universities, media partners, clients, partners from the lighting industry – everyone interested in the profession will be present.
Statistics department has grave suspicion: PLDC is addictive!
Report by Joachim Ritter
Second reason: New ideas are born and trends developed at PLDC.
The Monza Method was born at PLDC 2009 in Berlin.
First reason: Speakers you have never heard of in the lighting world.
Alessandro Gobetti, Neil Harbisson, Riccardo Marini and others…
An international alliance instead of “Us first”. What politics has to do with the lighting design community
Competition for lighting design and light art … without any lighting experts on the jury!