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Lamp's first Dynamic Lighting workshop arrives in Colombia

It will focus on defining the keys to understanding tunable white or connectivity and their purposes.

In this workshop, as well as in those to follow, the aim is to discover how lighting responds to new needs posed by the evolution and humanisation of architectural spaces.

That is why both theoretical and practical sessions on dynamic lighting will be held. Theoretical sessions will focus on defining the keys to understanding tunable white or connectivity and their purposes; whereas practical sessions will allow attendants to experience and understand the concepts explained above.

María del Pilar Toro-Ortiz, Lighting Manager LATAM at Wework, and other experts in dynamic lighting and spectral design of light will collaborate in this edition.

María del Pilar Toro-Ortiz, officially an architect, has more than 15 years of experience in lighting design, studied at Catholic University of America and Parsons School of Design. Born in Puerto Rico to a Spanish mother, she lived and worked in the world of lighting in the United States for ten years. She currently lives in Mexico City since 2010 and works as a Lighting Manager for Wework, leading the Latin American region.

The conference on 9 May will conclude with a cocktail for networking purposes that will allow attendants to discuss their experience at the workshop in a more informal atmosphere.


*Attendance at this Workshop requires prior registration: (Limited capacity)

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