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What architects should know about lighting

Paul Nulty in conversation

Paul Nulty discusses the role of the lighting designer in contemporary architecture, paying particular attention to common mistakes and the innovative solutions that his team employ to create indoor and exterior spaces which are well lit and inspiring. Working closely with clients, architects, interior designers and engineers, Paul has built up an award-winning studio on the basis that collaboration is key to create atmospheric spaces that don’t take a toll on the planet. He believes that education and open discourse are paramount to make beautiful environments for everyone.

Chair: Matt Waring, Editor, arc

Matt Waring is the Assistant Editor of arc magazine, the number one international lighting in architecture publication. Alongside attending lighting events around the world, Matt is always in conversation with lighting designers and architects, discussing their latest projects, visions and designs in order to keep the magazine at the forefront of the lighting design community.

Matt Waring

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Paul Nulty, Director, Nulty+

Founder Paul Nulty started his career within the lighting design industry 18 years ago. In 2006 FX Magazine named him one of the top six young lighting designers to watch, and in May 2011 Paul proved them right by setting up Nulty.

Paul is a prominent industry commentator and has appeared several times as an expert witness. He’s written many expert articles for industry magazines and presented seminars at a number of prominent events worldwide.

Nulty is a nimble yet mighty architectural lighting design practice, with a healthy selection of awards and a diverse roster of clients across the commercial, hospitality, residential and retail sectors.

Celebrating its sixth birthday this year and with offices in London, Dubai and Beirut, Nulty has quickly gained a reputation for creative, considerate design concepts that constantly test assumptions and delve into new, more energy-efficient and cost-effective techniques.

Paul Nulty

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