Piotr Adamczewski - lighting designer  
 

Piotr Adamczewski, PhD

For more than 20 years I have been dealing with light and lighting in architecture. While I was studying architecture in Berlin, I was already involved in lighting design for many of the new buildings in the capital city. I started as a CAD draughtsman for the lighting industry. This was followed by work at several lighting design offices and the founding of my own studio L Lichtplanung.


Light and architecture are inseparably connected and should be treated in the same way. As with architecture, so with lighting, the answers to the needs of function, design and effect must be found in the planning process. The earlier this can happen, the more integral the solution, the easier it can be implemented. That's why I always try to start the work with the planning team at the beginning of the planning process to find the best solution - the solution which is unique and special, like the architecture.

 

 

experience

2013 - 2018                             
 

since 2009

2003 - 2008


2002

1998 - 2001

lighting designer - project manager and team leader /
Kardorff Ingenieure Lichtplanung

 

lighting design - office leader / studio L Lichtplanung

lighting designer - project manager / Edgar Schlaefle Lichtplaner

lighting designer - freelancer / L-Plan Lichtplanung

Employees in the planning department / Spectral Lichttechnik

 

 

education

2004 - 2008

 

 

1995 - 2001

 

 

1990 - 1995

promotion in Architecture / TU Berlin
degree Doctor of Engineering

 

study of Architecture / TU Berlin
degree Diplom-Ingenieur

 

study of Civil Engineering / TU Danzig
degree Diplom-Ingenieur

 

 

awards

2016

 

 

2015

German Lighting Design Award in the category daylight for Motel One, Vienna

 

German Lighting Design Award in the category museums for the Museum for Architectural Drawing in Berlin

 







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