Office lighting (Monday, 16 April 2012)

In the office area, the complete range of the revolutionary Lumination® LED Luminaires will be featured. This lighting solution family, among our full range of solutions for modern offices, is aimed at achieving the aesthetics and light levels required for the creative environment.

GE Experts

Simon Fisher

Simon Fisher had joined GE Lighting EMEA as General Manager for Indoor Luminaire Solutions in early 2011. Simon plays a pivotal role within the company's new business unit focused on delivering state of the art LED lighting solutions in indoor commercial lighting projects. 

The new business unit focused on LED solutions is part of GE Lighting's on-going focus to provide more effective lighting design and specification assistance to end users. Simon Fisher leads both project and indoor product and lighting design teams working across EMEA to drive innovation in LED solutions across industrial and commercial interiors. A well-established product designer, Simon has previously worked for companies including Concord Lighting and ERCO Lighting, before co-founding his own lighting consultants LAPD in 1999. Simon left that role to fulfil a broad remit at GE Lighting, managing the lighting design and engineering disciplines to develop products and prove lighting principles. 

Simon brings an exceptional understanding of light and lighting design to GE, with experience encompassing architectural, commercial, domestic and retail lighting making him ideally placed to work with designer groups to create concepts and engineer them into reality. 

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Andreas Schulz

Andreas Schulz, Lighting Designer of the year in 2011, is the CEO of Licht Kunst Licht AG in Germany, a lighting design company with 25 designers.
Having graduated in electrical engineering in Cologne and lighting design in Ilmenau he has accumulated a wealth of experience at architectural and event lighting through his work of nearly 20 years. During this time he has worked for a German broadcasting company with focus on television lighting, for a lighting design office in Cologne and has founded the lighting design venture Licht Kunst Licht with branches in Bonn and Berlin in 1992.  Since then, the office has participated in over 350 projects all over Europe and overseas. It looks upon more than 100 publications and has received more than 35 internationally acknowledged lighting design awards. 

In 2010, Andreas Schulz and Alexander Rotsch of Licht Kunst Licht AG, were awarded with the prestigious GE Edison Award. The pair were honoured during a presentation in Philadelphia on May 16, 2011, for lighting the ThyssenKrupp Quarter in Essen, Germany, a global materials and technology group. They were presented with a personalised Steuben crystal award for their win.
This was the firm's second consecutive Edison Award win. Schulz and Rotsch were also awarded the 2009 Edison Award for their lighting design of the EnBW City in Stuttgard, Germany, the new headquarters of EnBW, the third largest supplier of power, gas and water in Germany. 

For the Federal Republic of Germany he is assigned for a consultancy for lighting and energy related issues. Andreas Schulz is member of the Lichtbeirat of the City of Berlin and consultant of Mrs Regula Lüscher, Senator in charge of building works within the senatorial administrative office for urban development.

In our first free breakfast seminar at Light + Building 2012, Andreas Schulz, CEO of Licht Kunst Licht AG, gave his thoughts on how you can add more value to architecture with sophisticated lighting design.

Click here to watch the seminar with Andreas Schulz.

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