Commensurate with Lighting design or Architectual experience
4 Year Degree
2 openings available.
Right brain left brain AND everything in between! Join the exciting world of Architectural Lighting Design and see that every day can be different. Project variety, team variety and creative variety – lighting design is the exciting craft of empowering environments to be iconic at night.
KGM Lighting is seeking an ambitious individual to add to our collaborative architectural lighting design team. Your role will involve collaboration across our three offices with various team members to develop creative lighting designs, learn the design process along with the technical aspects, and develop presentation materials. As you grow in the firm, you will initially work mainly in production and specification, supporting project needs through design documentation while attending meetings and visiting construction sites under the mentorship of senior management.
Your initial responsibilities will include:
Assisting the team leader to help achieve the project vision through collaborative design meetings.
Laying out the lighting drawings using AutoCAD/Revit and selecting appropriate fixtures
Utilizing software tools to produce photometric studies, renderings and image boards.
Interfacing with clients under the guidance of a team leader, traveling for meetings, site visits, and mock-ups.
Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, and Microsoft Office experience required. A plus if you have experience with the following, AGI32,
Kaplan Gehring McCarroll Architectural Lighting, Inc. (KGM) is a Los Angeles based architectural lighting design firm with offices in New York and Atlanta. Established in 1985, KGM provides lighting design services to a variety of market sectors worldwide.
Spaces are defined by light. This is accomplished by completely understanding the architectural concepts and complexities of any given project, evaluating various possible design solutions, and ultimately developing a lighting scheme that is fully integrated, cost effective and functional. Ongoing collaboration with the team during the design process enables lighting to actually become incorporated into the architecture, adding sophistication and strength to the overall design of the