Jan is professor emeritus and an architect MSA.
Professor in Architectural Lighting Design, he founded in 2000 the Lighting Laboratory at KTH Stockholm (The Royal Institute of Technology) and the International Masters' and research
He taught at Konstfack (University College of Arts Crafts and Design) and at Linnaeus University, Design Department, Kalmar/Växjö.
Jan worked on several projects as the Museum of Modern Art, Arlanda Airport, Masterplan for Royal Djurgården, Stockholm, The Prime Minister's office and Swedish Embassies Tokyo, Madrid, of Helsinki. He has been awarded several times and is Past President of PLDA (Professional Lighting Designers’ Association), member of the Transnational Lighting Detectives (Tanteidan) and professional lighting commissions .
Dorit is a experienced Lighting Designer and a certified educator who works in Israel and abroad.
She earned a BFA in stage design and a MFA fromTel Aviv University.
She also studied Industrial design and became specialized in museum and architectural lighting in USA.
Dorit received fellowships from the Israeli Ministry of Education, the USA-Israel foundation and the French Ministry of Culture.
She was awarded for Excellence in several international architectural lighting design workshops (i.e., Akko and other Israel festivals. In 2015 she was awarded recognizing her excellence in
teaching during Professional Lighting Design Conference in Rome.
Dorit participated in syllabus setting for international lighting design workshops in India and Europe, especially in Alingsas/S where she served as Workshop Head in 2013.
Natalia is an independent Lighting Designer who works in Russia and abroad.
Having background in electrical engineering (diploma in MPEI - Moscow Power Engineering Institute), followed with Graphic Design diploma in British Higher School of Art and Design, Moscow and Interior Design courses in University of Arts, London, Natalia gain a solid experience working with companies such as Arup Lighting, Delta Light, MARCH etc.
Her field of experience in lighting involves public and private sectors, interior and exterior design and cities lighting masterplanning.
Her portfolio includes such projects as Krasnodar Football Stadium; MIMI Castle Winery, Moldova; Lighting Masterplans for Moscow origin cities and others.
Natalia was invited to found and curate the course of Lighting Design in Moscow Architectural School MARCH. This course is the first course of Lighting Design of this type in Russia that aimed to bring together design thinking, engineering and creative approach in Lighting Design.
Natalia also delivers lectures and masterclass about lighting design.
Helena is an Italian/Brazilian independent lighting designer who works in Italy and abroad. Her experience involves the private and public sector, as well as contemporary lighting art contexts.
At the moment, she is the Chief Lighting Designer for Ivoryedge IoT Solutions Provider, in Bangalore (IND) where coordinates and develops several lighting design projects integrated with
automations solutions based on Internet of things for different fields of application such as residential and hospitality, cultural heritage sites, urban lighting and commercial spaces.
She has an architectural and urbanism background studies with a Master degree in Lighting Design and a Doctorate in Architectural and Urban Design with the aim to further study the role of
artificial lighting in the contemporary nocturnal landscape. She was an adjunct professor at the Master in Lighting Design & Led Technology from Politecnico di Milano and has been invited as
a lecturer at international and national seminars and workshops. Since 2014, she is a member of APIL (Italian Lighting Designers' Association).