(USA) – Dark Light Design has announced the opening of a new office in St. Louis, Missouri.
Long time St. Louis designer Ron Kurtz has joined the firm as Principal to lead the new office, which will expand Dark Light’s presence both in the Midwest and nationally.
From corporate offices to casinos, monuments to animal environments, Kurtz has more than 30 years of experience in lighting, developing creative solutions and innovative design for a diverse range of project sizes and types throughout the US and abroad.
A Pennsylvania State University graduate in architectural engineering, Kurtz brings expertise to each project not only in lighting design, but also in consideration of sustainability and the environment. His design experience includes work with both large and small project teams, and he always seeks to enhance the visual experiences, consciously and subconsciously, of those who interact with the architecture.
Landmark project from across his career include lighting for the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Gateway Arch in St. Louis, the National Aquarium in Baltimore, the Arkansas and Utah State Capitols and the Gordie Howe International Bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario.
Dark Light Design hope that through his extraordinary talent and broad spectrum of experience, Kurtz will complement the studio’s background in corporate, education and civic projects to enhance the lighting design experience it offers to clients.