Michael Grubb, Sutton Vane Associates
From: Lighting the Olympic Games, 27 February 2012, London
27 February 2012 Power channel
With renewable powering methodologies close to the centre of the lighting programmes, briefings will be received on the lighting design (including mini wind turbines and photo voltaics implementation, lux levels, lamp types, energy consumption and generation, impact on wildlife) and lighting towers by prefabrication at ground level and lifting in place to avoid working at height.
Michael focuses on the LPR covering how we designed for Legacy with temporary overlay for games, how this worked and what technology used to achieve this. In addition, the approach to protecting biodiversity along with the development of the Memory Masts.
Michael Grubb is a director of Sutton Vane Associates. Since 1997 he was worked on all aspects of architectural lighting design and has been responsible for the lighting strategy for the London 2012 Olympic Park and high profile projects such as First Emperor: China's Terracotta Army at the British Museum, and the lighting of Wexford Opera House. His lighting projects have been featured on BBC TV and Channel 4 as well as in the national and specialist press. He has won accolades including a National Lighting Design Award, the RIBA White Rose Award and the Landscape Institute Awards. He also contributes actively within the Professional Lighting Designers' Association and other organisations. In 2011 the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) appointed Michael as its Learning Legacy Ambassador for Lighting.