Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Window in Time
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Join the IESNYC as we tour the library of the exclusive landmark, the University Club of NYC. The University Club, a private, members-only social club, contains many architectural treasures to be enjoyed by privileged eyes only. Jerry Kugler and Jackson Ning of Kugler Ning Lighting Design will walk us through the lighting design of the recently restored library. Pre-registration is required. Spaces are limited. Sorry we can't accommodate walk-ins.
Please make sure to review the University Club's policies at the bottom of this page prior to registration.
Kelly Seeger, ICF International
Cathy Lambe, Lutron Electronics, Inc
Angelica Santana, Cline Bettridge Bernstein Lighting Design
Jerry Kugler, Principal - IALD / IES
Jerry Kugler founded the company in 1983. He has received over fifteen awards for his work and has lectured throughout the country. Mr. Kugler’s designs have been featured in numerous architectural and lighting publications. He has served as an International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) awards committee chairperson and as a judge for the New York section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES). Mr. Kugler acquired essential lighting experience at Joseph R. Loring Engineers, Hellmuth Obata and Kassabaum, and Fisher Marantz Stone.
Mr. Kugler is a corporate member of IALD, member of IES, and associate member of the AIA. He taught lighting design to graduate students at Princeton University – School of Architecture from 1987 to 2006, and currently teaches at Parsons. Mr. Kugler graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a Masters Degree in Architecture.
Jackson Ning II, Principal
Jackson Ning II joined Kugler Ning Lighting Design in 2003 and became a Principal in 2007. He began his lighting career at Emory University where he studied theatrical lighting, set design and sound design. The theater provided a hands-on experience to learn the emotional effects of lighting, dynamics of changing light and the effects of colored light.
After he received a BA in Economics from Emory, Jackson, born and raised in NYC, returned home to design and manage architectural lighting projects. Recent projects include Hearst Tower Offices, Louise Nevelson Plaza, Beacon Theater Renovation, 41North Hotel, Pratt Myrtle Hall and Todd English Pub. Over the past 15 years, Jackson has worked for Magical Designs, Johnson Schwinghammer Lighting Consultants, and Ann Kale Associates.
University Club of New York
1 W 54th St New York, NY 10019
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
6:00pm - 6:30pm Reception with light refreshments (9th Floor - Room 4)
6:30pm - 7:00pm A/V Presentation by KNLD
7:00pm - 7:15pm Tour of the Library by KNLD
7:15 - 8:15pm End of evening with light refreshments (9th Floor - Room 4)
IESNYC Members: Free
1. No cameras are allowed.
2. Cellular phones and personal digital assistants must remain silent and may not be used in public areas of the Clubhouse. Cell phones and PDAs may be used in the telephone booths throughout the Clubhouse.
3. Please be advised of The University Club's dress code which is in effect at all times. Male members and guests are required to wear jackets, dress shirts and ties. Female members and guests are required to wear clothing meeting similar standards: tailored clothing that otherwise conforms to this rule including suits, dresses and skirts or tailored trousers with dress shirts, blouses or sweaters. Jeans, shorts, capris, denim, corduroy, sneakers, flip flops and other such casual sportswear are not considered appropriate attire.