Re-lighting the Scottish Parliament Building for the LED future
Presentation date: 26. October
Presentation time: 16:15
Kevan Shaw will present the design process involved in re-lighting the Scottish Parliament Building, replacing what was “state-of-the-art” lighting when the building was built in 2004. LED solutions now hold sway. The project takes into consideration architectural lighting, broadcasting lighting, and daylight effects and control. The challenges encountered and users’ response to the realised concepts will also be illustrated.
Kevan Shaw/UK, Kevan Shaw Lighting Design
Kevan Shaw is the Design Director of Kevan Shaw Lighting Design. He has headed the design team on over 650 projects and maintains a supervisory and executive role in all the major projects realised by KSLD.
The focus of his work is on lighting design for exhibitions, events, and architectural and exterior lighting projects. Kevan Shaw continues to be involved in stage lighting, and recently designed shows at the EIFF and Manipulate Festival. He is also involved in Lighting Design education, lecturing at Edinburgh Napier Univeristy, KTH Stockholm and at the Technical University of Iceland, and as a guest lecturer for many educational establishments. In 2015, Kevan was a workshop head for the PLDA workshop in Alingsås.
Kevan is also pro-active for the Lighting Design profession: he was Director of Sustainability for PLDA from 2008 to 2011, and is a Director of the IALD, where he serves on the Regulatory Affairs Committee. He is a Member of the ILP, through whom he is registered as a Chartered Engineer, and a Member of the Society of Light and Lighting.