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New trends developed at lighting design convention

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The fifth edition of the Professional Lighting Design Convention in Rome, PLDC 2015, endorsed the importance of the biennial convention for the international lighting design community. At the event, lighting designers, architects, end-users, researchers, educators and other representatives from the lighting profession discussed the quality of light in architecture, to discover and develop trends, and discuss the future of the lighting design profession. Joachim Ritter, Chair of the PLDC Steering Committee, said: “We are delighted that our ideas and efforts have been met with such a positive response, and that the modern format we have developed for PLDC has gained so much recognition worldwide. The market is very dynamic right now and lighting design is gaining more attention.”

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