Paul Nulty – LUXLIVE 2017
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15 - 16 NOVEMBER 2017 | ExCel, London

Paul Nulty

Nulty+

Nulty is a nimble yet mighty architectural lighting design practice, with a healthy selection of awards and a diverse roster of clients across the commercial, hospitality, residential and retail sectors.

Celebrating its fifth birthday this year and with offices in London and Dubai, Nulty has quickly gained a reputation for creative, considerate design concepts that constantly test assumptions and delve into new, more energy-efficient and cost-effective techniques.

Founder Paul Nulty started his career within the lighting design industry 15 years ago. In 2006 FX Magazine named him one of the top six young lighting designers to watch, and in May 2011 Paul proved them right by setting up Nulty.

Paul is a prominent industry commentator and has appeared several times as an expert witness. He’s written many expert articles for industry magazines and presented seminars at a number of prominent events.

  • Wednesday 23 November
    • 14:30

      High Street Heroes: From Apple to Zara

      Arena: Lux ArenaSpeaker: Dave Tilley of NRGstar, Mark Fleming of Harrods, Paul Nulty of Nulty+, Phil Caton of PJC Light Studio., Richard Felgate of Enstrat
      Who’s creating excitement in retail lighting, and whose illumination is proving a turn-off to customers?  We travel up and down Britain’s high street to reveal the top 10 retailers who are making lighting work. Followed by a panel discussion of retail lighting experts including Paul Nulty, founder of Nulty+, David Tilley, independent consultant, Phil Caton of PJC Light Studio and Mark Fleming of Harrods.
    • 15:40

      10 store lighting tricks every retailer should know

      Arena: Lux ArenaSpeaker: Paul Nulty of Nulty+
      Retail lighting specialists have a range of tried-and-trusted techniques which increase dwell times and make the merchandise the hero. Here top lighting designer Paul Nulty – whose clients include Burberry, Fenwick, SuperDry, Paul Smith and TK Maxx – reveals the ways to make stores irresistible to customers.