PLDC 2017





Palais des Congrès
Professional Lighting Design Convention
Parigi - Francia

After the 2015 edition in Italy, the 2017 PLDC, Professional Lighting Design Convention, will be held in Paris at the modern Palais des Congrès from the 1 to the 4 of November 2017. 

PLDC has a full programme of activities, three days of conferences and events that will culminate in the final evening of November 4 with a gala dinner and the PLDR - Professional Lighting Design Recognition Awards - ceremony.  An event not to be missed at the PLDC is the Get Together Party on the evening of November 2 that will be hosted by Targetti this year in their role as a Platinum sponsor at La Machine du Moulin Rouge, one of the most iconic locations in the city of Paris.

PLDC is an unmissable event for all professionals that work in the world of lighting with particular focus on lighting designers. It is a real opportunity to meet, share experiences and discuss projects and ideas in the fascinating field of the lighting sector with leading international experts and world class speakers from the world of design, architecture, research and urban planning.

The theme chosen for this edition is Shift Happens. With a full programme of conferences the aim of the event is to explain the impact of digital technology on the world of lighting design and the radical changes that will affect the work of professionals in the sector.

Targetti will present at stand number GP02 in the exhibition area in the Palais des Congrès.

Other news in the same category

Read more
PLDC 2019


Read more
[d]arc room


Read more
A new production plant


This website makes use of technical cookies, including third-party cookies, to improve your browsing experience. For information about how they work, to disable them from your browser or to refuse consent to certain cookies, read the privacy policy . By closing this banner, scrolling down this page or clicking on any of its elements, you consent to the use of cookies in compliance with Articles 122 (paragraph 1) and 154 (paragraph 1), letter h, of the Privacy Code. Info