This year’s IAMFA (International Association of Museum Facility Administrators) global conference took place in San Francisco and gave us a forum to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the post-pandemic world and how to tackle the issues of climate crisis with the volatile economics of our times.
Steensen Varming’s Chris Arkins and Dr Emrah Baki Ulas shared with the delegates their insights to sustainability and lighting design. Chris’s talk provided an inspiring perspective on how ancient wisdom and a regenerative approach to sustainability can guide us to have better environmental stewardship while fulfilling project objectives. Through a range of example projects, Emrah explored the importance of thoughtful lighting design that embraces the abilities of technologies and systems of today, in meaningful ways to enrich experiences.
Today is the final day of the 32nd annual conference, where Steensen Varming is a committed sponsor of IAMFA’s efforts in setting and attaining standards of excellence and quality in the sustainable design, construction, operation and maintenance of world-class cultural facilities: https://www.iamfa.org