3 Times Square / Touro College Lobby and the Creative Process

Anita Jorgensen, Anita Jorgensen Lighting Design

Location: Nassau

March 19, 2024
8:30 am - 10:00 am EST

Credits 1.5 LU | Elective


This discussion will focus on the feature lobby of 3 Times Square and the collaborative process necessary to achieve the final lighting design concept.

Learning Objectives

  • Attendees will learn about the collaborative process between the architect, client, and lighting designer. The talk will cover the design process from the germ of a concept and the progression from in-house mock-ups, to lighting calculations, to renderings, to full size contractor mock-up to the completed installation.
  • This talk with demonstrate through visuals as well as hands-on table top review the latest LED technology and how it was customized to achieve a the final successful result.
  • Attendees will learn how the collaborative process involves being open to new ideas, listening to the architectural design team’s goals, as well as all of the steps required to achieve a lighting design concept.
  • Attendees will have a table top hand-on opportunity to observe and handle the lighting components and the modifications required in order to achieve the final lighting design.


Anita Jorgensen
Anita Jorgensen
Anita Jorgensen Lighting Design

Established in 1996, Anita Jorgensen Lighting Design (AJLD) is an award winning firm committed to the design and specification of the highest quality architectural lighting systems with an emphasis on sustainable, innovative and integrated solutions. The firm specializes in providing lighting design services to architects, interior designers and owners. The firm works on a broad range of projects including medical research, healthcare, museums, libraries, commercial interiors, and cultural centers. AJLD is an intentionally small firm allowing flexibility and responsiveness to the needs of clients. Located in downtown Manhattan, AJLD is a certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE), registered with the Small Business Administration, a member of the US Green Building Council and the staff includes LEED accredited lighting designers.

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