(UK) – Stoane Lighting’s well-renowned annual lighting get-together is moving online this Friday.
Typically held in a sunny London park, the manufacturer was hoping to bring lighting designers together for a long overdue physical party this week, but as with many industry events over the past year, it has had to move online.
However, the move online has meant that the event has opened up to a wider, international lighting audience.
For the new, online celebration, Stoane has partnered with the GreenLight Alliance and the Society of Light and Lighting (SLL), for a series of mini workshops and discussions centred around sustainability and the post-Covid workspace. Led by Sharon Stammers and Martin Lupton of Light Collective, who will kick off and conclude the festivities, each session will also be followed by a Q&A session moderated by Emilio Hernandez, Chairman of the GreenLight Alliance.
The agenda for the event is as follows:
Block 1: The post-COVID workspace
- Occupancy management systems with lighting interventions linked to social distancing
- Wayfinding and smart space management with links to lighting
- The launch of Stoane Lighting’s VCL (Video Conferencing Light)
Block 2: Sustainability
- What we’re doing with our waste aluminium: forge and sandcasting demos
- Midton talk about recycling plastic
- ReNew in detail: repairing and remanufacturing luminaires when, what and how
- Guest presentation by the GreenLight Alliance
- Guest presentation by the Society of Light and Lighting on the forthcoming TM66 (Circular Economy Assessment Methodology)
Registration for the event is free – more information on how to register can be found here.