Andrew Bissell BEng (Hons), CEng, MCIBSE, MSLL, MILP

Director of Light4

Andrew joined Cundall in 2006 and has 20 years’ experience in the field of lighting design and engineering. He heads up Cundall light4; offering architectural lighting design, carefully considering all of stages of the of the process including daylighting design, architectural lighting design, light art and lighting control commissioning.

For Andrew, the design process starts by understanding the people, their individual tasks and the spaces they undertake those tasks in. Focusing the lighting design on people delivers more comfortable, productive, visually stimulating environments and are typically more energy efficient.

Andrew has been involved in writing and updating the industry lighting guides; such as an European Union innovative procurement initiative which brought to market products and solutions in the field of ultra-efficient lighting and controls; he has also given lecture in lighting design and technology on the architecture courses at Liverpool John Moores University.


  • Lighting Design Practice of the Year (LDA 2016 Highly Commended)
  • Workplace Lighting Project of the year (LUX Award Winner 2015)
  • Low Carbon Project of the Year (Lighting Design Awards Winner 2015)
  • Lighting for Building Performance Award (CIBSE Building Performance Awards Winner 2015)
  • Cundall Birmingham Office, Projects Under 2,000m2 (Midlands and East Anglia BCO Awards Winner 2015)
  • Lighting Designer of the Year (LUX Shortlist 2013)
  • Healthcare Lighting Project of the year (LUX Winner 2013)
  • Workplace Lighting Project of the year (LUX Shortlist 2013)
  • Daylight Design Project of the year (LDA Shortlist 2013)
  • Heritage Project of the year (LDA Shortlist 2013)
  • External Façade Lighting Project of the year (LDA Highly Commended 2012/13) Relevant projects and experience


  • CIBSE SLL Lighting for Education LG5: 2011
  • EFA Baseline Design: 2012

Andrew Bissell BEng (Hons), CEng, MCIBSE, MSLL, MILP will be speaking at:

TA2 How to design for user wellbeing: design, innovation & controls

21/11/2017 10:45 - 11:30

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