Women in Lighting: Carlijn Timmermans
by Light CollectiveDec 24, 2019
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by Light CollectivePublished on : Oct 15, 2019
Christine Kühne is a lighting designer and the owner and director of CC-TC Lighting Advisers in Rotterdam, Netherlands. This video about the fascinating designer is a part of a larger series titled, Women in Lighting.
Women in Lighting (WIL) is a project that has set out to create an inspirational digital platform for women working in lighting to promote their passion and achievements, narrate their career path and goals, celebrate their work and elevate their profile in the lighting community. Although women make up at least 50 percent of the practising designers, their inclusion on judging panels, editorial boards, conferences and as keynote speakers is significantly lower than 50 percent. WIL attempts to change that.
Watch out for the next interview with Ellen Goulmy (BERLUX Lighting Design).
To see interviews of other lighting design practitioners from this series, click here.
(Information has been taken from STIR’s partnership with Light Collective and Women in Lighting, the project which has been made possible by Formalighting)
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