Registration open for 9° LEDforum

Former IALD President Victor Palacio speaking at last year's LEDforum event.

(Brazil) – The ninth LEDforum, held in São Paulo on August 23-24, brings together lighting professionals from Brazil and around the world for an up-to-date industry outlook.

Registration for the 9° LEDforum 2018 is now open. In its ninth year, the event will take place in São Paulo, Brazil on August 23rd and 24th.

LEDforum is the largest Latin American congress of architectural lighting, hosted by Editora Lumière, with the support of AsBAI (Brazilian Association of Lighting Architects), IALD and other Brazilian and international associations and institutions, events, media and education institutions.

In every new edition, LEDforum gains in scale and diversity, attracting professionals from all over Brazil and other Latin American countries, such as lighting designers, architects, interior designers, urban designers, landscape designers, students, investors, entrepreneurs and government authorities.

The event, which gathered 520 participants in 2017, provided a panoramic and up-to-date industry outlook of what is happening in Brazil and worldwide, presenting and discussing studies, solutions, technology and professional practices in all aspects of light and lighting.

In addition to the lectures and discussion panels featuring industry leaders of lighting design around the world, the LEDforum also features exhibition and networking areas where all participants can meet and interact.

The Forum also provides a platform for participation with the innovation group activity mesa360. The platform encourages dialogue between lighting designers, architects, suppliers, educators and other strategic members of the lighting community.

As part of the Light Week 2018, LEDforum is AsBAI’s partner, hosting the workshop “Ecology Of Light” – this activity is scheduled for 19-22 of August at the Vila Jataí area, an ecological neighbourhood in São Paulo. The third edition of the Lighting Lovers party promises to warm up the night of the 24th, marking the closing of another week of celebration of light.

Visitors can register for the event here.