‘Spreading the Light’: Romanian Lighting Convention

‘Spreading the Light’: Romanian Lighting Convention

Romanian Lighting Convention 2011 is a cultural, scientific, but mostly social meeting of architecture, design and lighting specialists in South Eastern Europe. It was created as a privileged communication area for those who regard light as a source of inspiration and who use light to emphasize and place value on the public space.

Recipient of the Pritzker Prize 2006 – Paulo Mendes da Rocha, the “nonconformist” architect-designer Gaetano Pesce and the most awarded Canadian-Romanian architect, Dan Sergiu Hanganu, are arriving in Bucharest for the 19-20th May event which is going to approach lighting in all its forms of manifestation – architectural, urban, daylight, road, office etc.

Romanian Lighting Convention 2011 comprises several events within its structure, tailored both for the experienced professionals and the new faces in this field: 3 conferences, 3 contests, one of which dedicated to students – LED DESIGN Contest, and 3 exhibitions (flagship products, LED luminaires, contests’ award winning papers).

For registration and more information please contact RLC organizers at office@dkevents.ro or check www.rlc.org.ro.

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "‘Spreading the Light’: Romanian Lighting Convention" 21 Apr 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/130020/spreading-the-light-romanian-lighting-convention> ISSN 0719-8884

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