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Sept. 21-22: ArchLight Summit, Dallas, opens exhibitor registration

ArchLight Summit is a new lighting trade event and educational platform for architectural, specification and design communities, created and hosted by Dallas Market Center – well-known as “the home of lighting” and the site of Lightovation, the largest residential lighting show in North America. 

The two-day show, September 21-22, 2021, at the Dallas Market Center, Dallas, TX, will provide lighting designers and specifiers, interior designers and architects an opportunity to easily source all categories of lighting for a variety of projects and applications in the built environment. Exhibitor registration is now open for ArchLIGHT Summit, presenting a unique opportunity to reach the architectural, specification and design communities seeking commercial lighting brands that represent the leading edge of innovation and technology. The latest products from hundreds of leading brands reflecting the most directional lighting trends and technologies will be present with a slate of insightful education from the sharpest minds in design and lighting.

The McMorrow Reports is an official media sponsor for the ArchLight Summit.

ArchLIGHT Summit will include a full slate of seminars, hands-on lab learning, and panel discussions offering architects, lighting designers, specifiers and interior designers timely and accredited sessions on evolving lighting issues and solutions. Attendees will also be able to experience engaging displays and learning labs, receptions and tours within the permanent lighting showrooms participating in the show. A full schedule will be announced spring 2021.

ArchLIGHT Summit will be co-located with Dallas Design Week, providing additional CEU and networking opportunities for attendees of both events. Dallas Market Center is the largest and most active design center in the country, with more than 1.5 million square feet of home décor showrooms in three buildings.

ArchLIGHT Summit organizers are working with an Advisory Board of industry leaders who provide valuable perspectives for shaping this event and its educational programming. Members include Francesca Bastianini, IES, principal of Sighte Studio; Craig A. Bernecker, Ph.D., founder of The Lighting Education Institute; Andrea Hartranft, FIALD, principal of Hartranft Lighting Design; Archit Jain, IALD, LEED SP, ISLA, principal of Oculus Light Studio; Kelly Roberts, LEED BD+C, IES, studio director of Wald Studio; Laura McDonald Stewart, FASID, RID, LEED AP, WELL AP, founder and owner of Laura McDonald  Enterprises and PLiNTH & CHiNTZ; and Kevin L. Wallace, AIA, principal of DSGNworks.