Responding to the topic ‘Is lighting the new concrete?’, the second edition of Breakfirsts invites leading members of the lighting industry to explore how technology is expanding the scope of how lighting is used.
February 5th, 2014
Building on the highly successful first BreakFIrsts, the format of discussion over breakfast returns to look at how lighting can divide rooms, wash walls, add space and decorate, as well as illuminate.
The discussion will be hosted by Chris Bennewith – Associate Pro Vice Chancellor College of Creative Arts,
Massey University, Wellington.
Paul Kelly – Director, Paul Kelly Design
Christopher Boots – Director, Christopher Boots
Mark Elliott – Principal, PointOfView
Where: L’Aqua Cockle Bay, Sydney
When: Friday, 21st February 2014; 7.30am til 9.30am
RSVP at the BreakFirsts website
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