Lighting : Lighting August 2014 - Vol34 Issue 4
6 LIGHTING MAGAZINE | August/September 2014 HENRik CLAuSEN B ENg; M iDA, M iESNA Henrik has been involved in lighting for over 26 years in both commercial and academic positions. Henrik helped to pioneer the use of lighting application software to aid custom manufacturing of fixtures, always working closely with architects interior designers, and specialist lighting designers. In 1996 he became the Managing Director of Fagerhult Lighting in Denmark, and held that position until 2004, where he founded the Fagerhult Lighting Academy responsible for Research & Education, based in Copenhagen. Henrik is also Fagerhults Director of international business development and has that position since 2011. Henrik is also a frequent guest lecturer at various Universities. He also appears world wide as a guest speaker on many different occasions, primarily addressing the human and emotional aspects of light and lighting design. He has been a member of the board in the Danish Illuminating Engineering Society and is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. His goal is to act as a catalyst in the cooperation between Engineers, Designers and Architects in ensuring the optimum lighting solution is found. Henrik.Clausen@fagerhult.dk BoW JARuWANgSANTi After graduating from Bachelor of Interior Architecture at King Mongkhut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang in Thailand, Bow came to Sydney in late 2002 and studied Master of Illumination design at USYD in 2003 and Master of Sustainable Design at USYD in 2004. In 2005 Bow started her lighting design career with Haron Robson’s Lightmatters. Bow enjoyed implementing her newfound knowledge immediately into her everyday work. The benefit of merging technical theories with practical applications resulted in creative and innovative solutions, and Bow has proudly collected four IES lighting design awards, four IES Luminaire Design Awards and a Highly Commended Award for the Interior Re-lighting Solution from Annual National Trust Heritage since the commencement of her career as a Lighting Designer. With a constant stream of ideas and the ability to think things through from a different perspective, Bow’s brain is continually working. She never stops thinking, challenging perceived wisdom and finding creative solutions to technical and aesthetic problems. These ideas are often worked through on paper, in CAD and with 3D models – sketching things up is Bows way of letting her thoughts come to life in a more real way. These sketches aren’t confined to lighting, but anything which sparks her interest. email@example.com Contributors In addition to the high quality, unique content you are used to finding in the Lighting magazine we now bring you iNTERACTiVE elements in Lighting Online such as: lightingonline.rala.com.au Lighting Online Read Direct links to product websites Video Photo galleries Plus more! Go to NOW to register for your complimentary online magazine CHiNg-HAo (HoWARD) HSu Howard is an industrial and lighting designer who works for Rooster Lighting in Taiwan since 2011. Howard has been actively involved into Taiwanese government’s open bid projects, and the development of green energy lighting products. He is particularly interested in capturing the local cultural elements and transformed these inspirations into his lighting design process. firstname.lastname@example.org VESSi iVANoVA Vessi Ivanova is a qualified lighting design professional with more than 20 years of experience in design of lighting installations across various industries and sectors: residential, commercial, retail, clubs, landmark attractions and public areas. Vessi Ivanova is the elected NSW Board Director for IESANZ and Qualified Lighting Designer/ Registered Lighting Practitioner, MIES. She is the Manager, Philips Lighting Solutions. email@example.com CLAiRE THoMpSoN Claire has been working as a writer, editor and communicator for over 10 years. She has extensive experience in the health, education and R&D sectors and has worked as both a corporate communicator and creative writer. A keen reader of everything from poetry to technical manuals, Claire approaches her writing and editing work with the belief that everybody has a story worth telling. She is currently writing extensively on research and technology development and commercialisation for organisations that include the University of Technology Sydney and Gemaker. She has lived and worked in Canberra and Montreal and is now based in Sydney.
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