Michael Grubb will be speaking at the Professional Lighting Design Convention (PLDC) in Rome, on Friday 30th October.
‘Recycle, reduce & reuse’ will be a in-depth presentation on the Re:LIT Project and how Michael Grubb Studio is working with manufacturers to recycle superseded product lines, old samples, ex-demonstration kit, superficially damaged equipment, products that contain older LED lamps types or other components that prevent luminaires from being sold.
The convention will be built around a three-day professional conference (29th – 31st October 2015), offering approximately 70 presentations given by high-profile speakers.
The convention will also include pre-convention meetings, social events, self-running electronic poster presentations and a Gala Dinner during which the Professional Lighting Design Recognition Awards will be given for outstanding achievements in Architectural Lighting Design.
PLDC offers further and continuing education in the field of lighting design and the presentation of cutting-edge technologies. The convention offers a communication platform for established lighting designers, researchers, students, manufacturers, city planners, architects and related professions to network, exchange and share knowledge and new approaches in the field of light and lighting.