• Jean Sundin, founder and principal of Office for Visual Interaction

    One-on-One with Jean Sundin

    Interview with lighting designer Jean Sundin, founder and principal of Office for Visual Interaction.

  • Gilbert Lang Mathews

    One-on-One with Gilbert Lang Mathews

    One-on-One interview with Gilbert Lang Mathews, founder and CEO of San Antonio, Texas-based Lucifer Lighting Company.

  • One-on-One with George Brainard

    One-on-One interview with Thomas Jefferson University professor and light and biology researcher George Brainard.

  • One-on-One with Philip Gabriel

    One-on-One interview with lighting designer Philip Gabriel, principal and founder of lighting design firm Gabriel Mackinnon.

  • Jeremy Yon

    One-on-One with Jeremy Yon

    One-on-One interview with Jeremy Yon, manager, product innovation for Litecontrol.

  • One-on-One with Gerard Harbers

    One-on-one interview with co-founder of Xicato Gerard Harbers.

  • One-on-One with Bonnie Littman

    One-on-One interview with Bonnie Littman, president of USAI Lighting.

  • Gustavo Aviles

    One-on-One with Gustavo Avilés

    One-on-One interview with Gustavo Avilés, principal of Mexico City–based architecture and lighting studio Lighteam.

  • Mark Major

    One-on-One with Mark Major

    One-on-one with Mark Major, principal of Speirs + Major.

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    One-on-One with Ron Naus

    One-on-one interview with Ron Naus, president of B-K Lighting and Teka Illumination.

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    One-on-One with Glenn Heinmiller

    One-on-One Interview with Glenn Heinmiller, principal at Lam Partners.

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    One-on-One with Eric Lind

    One-on-One Interview with Eric Lind of Lutron Electronics.

  • One-on-One with Amer Maleh

    Amer Maleh is part of the new generation of young lighting designers who combine entrepreneurship with inventiveness.

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    One-on-One with Mariana Figueiro

    Had it not been for a design research seminar while a graduate student at the Lighting Research Center (LRC), part of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., Mariana Figueiro might never have pursued a career in lighting education and research.

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    One-on-One with Ann Reo

    Ann Reo never imagined that her architecture education would lead her to luminaire design and to the launch of her own business, but it did.

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    One-on-One with Barbara Cianci Horton

    Ask Barbara Cianci Horton how she became an architectural lighting designer, and she'll tell you that it was completely by accident.

  • One-on-One with Leni Schwendinger

    Lighting has long been a natural outlet for Leni Schwendinger and her creative interests in storytelling and placemaking. While still in high school in Berkeley, Calif., she began by studying theater and lighting stagecraft, and then in 1972, she went on to study cinema at the London Film School.

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    One-on-One with Robert Davis

    While working in lighting for close to 30 years—first in industry, then in academia, and now back in industry—teaching has always been the constant in Bob Davis's approach to architectural lighting.

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    One-on-One with Richard Renfro

    Although trained as an architect, Richard Renfro's focus has never been far from lighting.

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    One-on-One with FX Souvay

    Possessing a mixture of business acumen and design sensitivity, FX Souvay has established one of today's leading architectural lighting companies—Lumenpulse.


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