The IES: The Lighting Society knows how difficult it can be to find the right lighting professional for a project. They’ve taken inspiration from the 1980s TV dating show Perfect Match and, for one night only, are bringing together VIP Melbourne designers and members of the lighting design and luminaire supply industries. The VIPs will […]
June 17th, 2011
The IES: The Lighting Society knows how difficult it can be to find the right lighting professional for a project.
They’ve taken inspiration from the 1980s TV dating show Perfect Match and, for one night only, are bringing together VIP Melbourne designers and members of the lighting design and luminaire supply industries.
The VIPs will ask questions of their contestants on 3 major Melbourne projects – the Southern Star Observation Wheel in Docklands, the upgrade of the public toilets in Collins St and the future of the Light in Winter Festival at Federation Square.
VIPs then get to choose their Designer Match from the panel – and go in the running to win a fantastic prize!
It all happens on Tuesday 21 June at 6pm at BMW Edge, Federation Square. Tickets are $10 for IES members and $15 for non-members. Don’t miss this chance to find your Lighting Designer Perfect Match!
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