Ignacio Valero / Cecilia Tenreiro
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Our LUMINIC EMERGENCY TEAM has one mission: to collaboratively build a story with light about memory and to represent it in two historical and motivating contexts of Colonia. Our tools are anything that has or emits light. Our way of working is experimentation and we need to have fun. Our contribution is an ephemeral performance that offers the story built by all with light. Our legacy is the performance record, a history of the story, a new memory about the story of the memories.
Coordination: Ignacio Valero
Dr.Architect by training, lighting designer by passion, and also for many years a lighting teacher by vocation. As a designer, he has worked with many of the great Spanish architects on projects of all kinds and scales in the last 25 years. Committed to the design “with sense” understands that light is only a mean, our mean, a privileged mean of course, to activate a lot of positive responses in people: responses from emotion, from health and well-being, from the benefits, and from the communication.
Contributor: Cecilia Tenreiro
She has lived for years with the architecture faculty of Montevideo, while studying and working in environmental studies. Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of the University of the Republic of Uruguay in 2012.
With a deep interest in lighting, he travels to Madrid to specialize in the design of architectural lighting in “Masterdia” Master 2015 at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. She currently works in the Ignacio Valero Lighting Design Studio.
Her passion for design, the inheritance of what she has acquired, the need to materialize, make her reflect in lighting design both aspects of her training and her sensitivity and intuition.
1 day Workshop for 18 participants on Thursday
1 day Workshop for 18 participants on Friday
Thurday 21st from 2:30PM to 8:30PM and 9:30 PM to 12PM
Friday 22nd from 2:30PM to 8:30PM and 9:30 PM to 12PM
Sáturday, 23rd exhibition from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Rafael Leao, Ricardo Hofstadter, Nicolás Rebosio
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How many times did the final result turn out differently than originally planned? We will present and discuss project solutions with the use of LEDs that end up being different from the initial intention: faults, surprises and adjustments made in different applications of this technology so that we can use it better in future projects.
Coordination: Rafael Leao.
Rafael Leão is an architect with 20 years of lighting design experience, and has offices in São Paulo and New York. Professional member of IALD, IES and AsBAI, his work was presented in various publications on lighting and has prizes in Brazil, the United States and Mexico.
Collaborators: Ricardo Hofstadter and Nicolás Rebosio Morel
Ricardo Hofstadter is an Industrial Engineer graduated in 1979 from the Faculty of Engineering of the University of the Republic (Uruguay). He founded his project office in 1988, where he continues to develop lighting projects, associated with Ing. MSc. Joel Fregosi. The Hofstadter Study has carried out projects in Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay, Ecuador, Miami (USA), United Arab Emirates and the People’s Republic of China.
Nicolas Rebosio Morel is an Electrical Engineer from the University of the Republic of Uruguay, and Computer Systems Analyst at the Informatics School of Uruguay. He is currently the owner of Cablex SA, a local company dedicated exclusively to the design and execution of outdoor lighting works, having carried out hundreds of road lighting projects, public lighting, squares and walks, campus and sports clubs, stadiums, industrial complexes, facades and monuments, etc.
He was a GR2 teacher at the Faculty of Architecture for 10 years, working as a lighting consultant in electrical installations, and is currently a GR3 professor in the Faculty of Engineering , Chair of Electrical Installations.
1 day Workshop for 26 participants on Thursday
1 day Workshop for 26 participants on Friday
Thurday 21st from 2:30PM to 8:30PM
Friday 22nd from 2:30PM to 8:30PM