About this event

Next Generation Lighting
for Post-COVID-19 Work Spaces

March 19, 2021 16:00 - 17:35
Online

Agenda

Part 1
Lighting for Well-being
16:00 - 16:45

The importance of enhancing the quality of the space by lighting design.

The talk will give an insight into lighting design and its importance to enhance the quality of the space that creates a good environment physically, mentally, and socially for human beings to live in, not just providing brightness for function.

Yusuke HattoriLighting Planners Associates (LPA)
Associate Director / Lighting Designer

Born in Tokyo. Graduated from the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, and studied environmental psychology at the Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Department of Human Environmental Systems, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
After working at LPA Tokyo office, he moved to Singapore in 2008 and is currently an Associate Director in the Singapore office, where he is responsible for a number of projects in Singapore and abroad. He has been involved in a wide range of projects, from private residences to high-rise towers, cultural facilities, resort hotels and master plans, and his careful work has earned him the trust of architects and clients.
At the graduate school, he was researching lighting design methods using luminance, and he is exploring lighting design methods including daylighting and artificial lighting to apply to the projects.
He was awarded with the 40 under 40 lighting professionals awards by UK's lighting design awards in 2019.

Born in Tokyo. Graduated from the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, and studied environmental psychology at the Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Department of Human Environmental Systems, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
After working at LPA Tokyo office, he moved to Singapore in 2008 and is currently an Associate Director in the Singapore office, where he is responsible for a number of projects in Singapore and abroad. He has been involved in a wide range of projects, from private residences to high-rise towers, cultural facilities, resort hotels and master plans, and his careful work has earned him the trust of architects and clients.
At the graduate school, he was researching lighting design methods using luminance, and he is exploring lighting design methods including daylighting and artificial lighting to apply to the projects.
He was awarded with the 40 under 40 lighting professionals awards by UK's lighting design awards in 2019.

Part 2
Make a better office environment,
Comfortable lighting with human-oriented solution
16:50 - 17:35

The future of work environment.

Office environment changed over time, and it is still changing. Many are adapting to "ABW" because of the flexibility. Even without Covid-19, working style was moving in this direction, and with Covid-19, it accelerated this phase. Mr. Sato will be talking about Itoki’s idea and hypothesis in this session.

Toshio SatoITOKI Systems (Singapore) Pte., Ltd.
Assistant Sales Manager

Born in 1987 in Singapore, Sato is half Japanese and half Singaporean. He have 10 years of sales experience and been working in Major Japanese General Trading company and Major Japanese Manufacturing company. And now he is Assistant Sales Manager in Itoki Singapore.
Work environment been changing over the time. He believes that work environment can effect employee’s performance and motivation, so having a better working environment, employee will perform better and have higher motivation, which will have better company performance as a whole. Sato’s objective is this, to consult client and to help them to have a work environment that fits their business style to increase their efficiency and performance.

Born in 1987 in Singapore, Sato is half Japanese and half Singaporean. He have 10 years of sales experience and been working in Major Japanese General Trading company and Major Japanese Manufacturing company. And now he is Assistant Sales Manager in Itoki Singapore.
Work environment been changing over the time. He believes that work environment can effect employee’s performance and motivation, so having a better working environment, employee will perform better and have higher motivation, which will have better company performance as a whole. Sato’s objective is this, to consult client and to help them to have a work environment that fits their business style to increase their efficiency and performance.

"Activity Based Lighting" for efficirncy and creativity.

ABW and Covid-19 changes in working style, it is required flexible office environment that can adapt to changing conditions. Panasonic focuses on lighting that accompanies people's activity, and proposes "Activity Based Lighting" to realize office spaces that increase efficiency and creativity.

Goh Ling NiPanasonic Singapore
Senior Executive

Born in the 90s, she is a young blood with diligence and passion about lighting. Graduated as a landscape architect from the University of Technology, Malaysia. Thereafter she became involved into lighting design with BSLD which have totally changed her career path. Her experience working in most of the hospitality and residential projects have made her find a way to appreciate the light and continually grow with it. Based in Singapore and she is currently a Senior Executive of Panasonic Singapore, in responsible of lighting design proposals and presentations. She firmly believes there should have a good balance between natural and artificial lighting in order to accentuate the art and power of light.

Born in the 90s, she is a young blood with diligence and passion about lighting. Graduated as a landscape architect from the University of Technology, Malaysia. Thereafter she became involved into lighting design with BSLD which have totally changed her career path. Her experience working in most of the hospitality and residential projects have made her find a way to appreciate the light and continually grow with it. Based in Singapore and she is currently a Senior Executive of Panasonic Singapore, in responsible of lighting design proposals and presentations. She firmly believes there should have a good balance between natural and artificial lighting in order to accentuate the art and power of light.