4-6pm | New York Design Center | 200 Lexington Avenue | New York
This panel delves into the lighting experience. From art museums and art galleries to private homes and residences, lighting sets the mood and spotlights the elements that define a space. We’ll learn what role lighting takes in the creative process for lighting architects, industrial lighting designers, and those who use light as an artistic medium. Panelists include Leni Schwendinger, Michael Arad, Phillip Prestigomoand Philippe Vergne. Moderated by Amanda Dameron, Dwell. Sponsored by Legrand.
6-8pm | Orchestra of St. Luke's (OSL) | 450 West 37th Street, Suite 502 | New York
Moderated by David van der Leer, associate curator of architecture and urban studies at The Guggenheim. Bringing together Richard M. Olcott of Ennead Architects, Hugh Hardy of H3, sound engineer Raj Patel of Arup, and artist Mary Ellen Carroll, we will delve into the sound of city spaces. Learn what designers consider when creating acoustically-sound architecture, and how they design for performing arts venues, religious spaces, and civic locations. Bonus: These insiders will share some of New York's best-kept sonic secrets. Sponsored by Audi.