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Meet Arup's lighting design leader Florence Lam

 June 01, 2016

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Arup's Florence Lam has worked on the New Acropolis Museum in Athens - a museum of daylight. Creative yet thoughtful and effective use of daylight throughout the museum allows the lighting energy consumptions to be offset and deferred until dusk falls. This makes the night time transformation even more meaningful and distinct - and this is a key to achieving the sustainability goals and agendas of the designers beyond simply scrambling to save energy.

Florence has specific engineering skills

Florence works in the area of lighting - and this calls for the amalgamation of science and engineering technology with artistic expression to form a Total Design solution. Her skills and experience are truly impressive.

Combining creativity and collegiality

"The key to Arup's success lies in our ability to collaborate and engage well with our clients, architects and colleagues, arriving at a good integrated solution through creative activity, involving imagination, intuition and deliberate choice," explains Florence who thrives on combining creativity and collegiality.


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