Lutron Design Council delivers insight on the evolving luxury market

Lutron is celebrating the success of its first Design Council that gathered architecture, design, lighting design, construction, and project management professionals in a UK event.

The intelligent lighting control specialist hosted the event on June 8, 2023 at Coworth Park, Ascot, UK.

In a two-day event, discussions focused on the meaning of luxury and how the market is evolving. It included a collaborative “Design Thinking” workshop run by Clive Grinyer, head of service design at the Royal College of Art, and focused on the needs of luxury clients and the process of designing luxury residential properties.

The group identified key areas of opportunity that could benefit all involved in the design and construction of luxury residential properties.

Antonio Quesada, managing director of interior designer Morpheus & Co., said: “The Lutron Design Council was an incredible platform for exchanging ideas, sharing experiences, and exploring the latest trends in our field. I found the discussions and presentations to be immensely insightful and inspiring. The opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and learn from their expertise was invaluable.”

Ben Bard, VP of Luxury Lighting and Shading Solutions at Lutron, said: “At Lutron, human-centric design is at the core of what we do. The only way we can innovate and create to that end, is with input from the customers and partners we’re designing for. The time and perspective that our Design Council members shared with us is invaluable. We are extremely grateful for it and are now eager to start putting that feedback into action.”

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