Nulty launches The Light Lunch Series: a weekly webinar celebrating all things light and design

During this time while we’re all getting used to working from home, Nulty want to engage and inspire you with their passion for light. When they’re not working with light, they’re talking about it… so April will see them launch a new twice-weekly webinar that delves into the world of lighting design.

A source of insight for architects, interior designers and anyone with an interest in design looking to broaden their understanding about light, Nulty’s knowledge sharing sessions will give you access to our designers and guest contributors from the wider creative industry. From the fundamentals of great lighting design, through to future gazing conversations about new innovations, Nulty will be sharing their thoughts on the creative and technical aspects of illumination through a light-hearted lunchtime format.

They will be kicking off the conversation on Tuesday 7th April with their founder Paul Nulty who’ll present on The Art of Light, exploring the importance of artistic thinking during the lighting design process, and how light has the power to emotionally connect a person to their environment.

The Light Lunch Series will take place every Tuesday and Friday at 12.30pm BST throughout the month (except for Good Friday). Subscribe to their first webinar and look out for further updates on upcoming topics.

Tuesday 7th April: The Art of Light

Tuesday 14th April: Drawing with Light

Friday 17th April: The Rules Were Meant to be Broken

Tuesday 21st April: Cinematography and Light

Friday 24th April: Speculative Design: The Future of Lighting Design

Tuesday 28th April: Thinking Sideways: Harnessing Creativity in Lighting Design

Friday 1st May: A PechaKucha on The History of Light

Tuesday 5th May: A Manifesto for a Good Night’s Sleep

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