ILP | How to be Brilliant with Rebecca Weir
Written by acdc on December 2, 2014>
Rebecca Weir, Creative Director at Light IQ will be visiting the London Studio on the 19th May to take part in the hugely successful ‘How to be Brilliant’ series of talks run by the ILP.
Light IQ is an award winning independent lighting consultancy; designing and supplying innovative and inspirational lighting schemes for both residential and commercial properties. As Creative Director, Rebecca has seen the successful completion of over 1000 projects both in the UK and abroad. Rebecca’s passion for lighting and her ability to harness and maximise the creative potential of light, to explore and push the boundaries of illumination has led to a very loyal clientele. Rebecca prides herself in establishing relationships, often over many years, with clients, architects and interior designers. She knows inherently what will work and most importantly, is able to effectively communicate her ideas with clients, developers and electricians to ensure a seamless design process and spectacular end result.
Rebecca trained as an interior designer after excelling at a career in the city. ‘Light IQ’ was formed after three successful years as senior designer at ‘John Cullen Lighting’. Rebecca received a BA (Hons) Philosophy from Kings College, University of London, postgraduate certification in Environmental Information Technology, Honors in Interior Design at ‘KLC’ and a Diploma from the ‘Society of Light and Lighting (SLL)’. Her wide-ranging experience and qualifications enable Rebecca to present lectures at ‘KLC School of Design’ as well as at design shows such as: ‘Grand Designs’, ‘Focus’ and ‘Decorex’. Rebecca also produces and presents a variety of ‘RIBA’ and ‘BIID’ accredited CPD seminars to Architect and Interior Design Practices across the UK.
Rebecca has been a columnist for ‘House and Garden’ magazine, acting as their Lighting Specialist. She has written articles have also been included in numerous books, industry journals and magazines, such as ‘The Times’, ‘Homes & Gardens’, ‘Country Life’ and ‘Bridge for Design’, to name but a few. In each project that she commits to, it is clear that Rebecca’s passion for light and impeccable attention to detail remains her driving force
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