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Is all of this only a theoretical approach, or do we find this manner of work in practice as well?
If not, what could be the causes of this
What could we do to arrive at more efficient work sequences, in the sense of optimization?
At light + building in Frankfurt this year, experts had the opportunity to analyze this situation and to sketch out approaches for optimization. The fair stand of the company PRO-DAY a masterpiece of integral collaboration itself offered a venue for experts to provide analysis and to present their perspectives for the future.
Participants in the podium discussion were:
Professor Uwe Belzner (Prof. Dipl.-Ing.), lighting designer from Heidelberg
Dr. Helmut Köster (Dr.-Ing.), from the company Köster + Köster Lichtplaner, of Frankfurt
Elmar Schossig (Dipl.-Ing.), of the company Gatermann + Schossig, architects (BDA), of Cologne
Arwid Theuer-Kock, lighting designer at the IGH Institute, in Cologne
Dietmar Zembrot, General Manager of Zumtobel Staff GmbH & Co. KG, in Lamgo, Germany.
Responsible for the moderation of the podium discussion was: Burkhard Fröhlich, (Dipl.-Ing.), editor-in-chief of the German Construction Journal DBZ of Gütersloh, Germany.