Arup Fellow, Arup
Florence Lam BA (Cantab.) MA(Cantab.) MSc CEng FIET FCIBSE FSLL, leads Arup’s global lighting design practice. Her particular expertise in daylight, visual perception and holistic lighting approach play a key role in many of her projects, from museums to airports, bridges to city precincts all over the world. She was responsible for delivering a range of lighting projects for the London Olympic Games 2012. Other recent projects of significance include the V&A Design Museum Dundee, Queensferry Crossing, Kings Cross Western Concourse and the British Museum World Conservation Centre in the UK; Hong Kong International Midfield Concourse and the Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi International Airport Midfield Terminal and the Dongdaemun World Design Park in Seoul. Florence was named the Lighting Designer of the Year at the UK Lighting Design Awards in 2013. She is also the recipient of the Lighting Award from the Society of Light and Lighting in 2014.