UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage


SEAHA Student Panos Andrikopoulos makes 40 under 40 list

3 May 2017

SEAHA student Panos Andrikopoulos has been named as one of the 40 under 40 most promising lighting designers in the Lighting Design Awards.


The 20 men and 20 women – selected from over 250 applications – come from 16 different countries, including Iceland, Turkey, Australia, India, China, Brazil, the US, Mexico and Sweden.

The 40 professionals were selected by a team of prominent judges including Heinrich Hermann, Adjunct Professor, Department of Interior Architecture, Rhode Island School of Design; Leni Schwendinger, Associate Principal, Arup and Ray Molony, publisher, Lighting magazine.

Panos’ achievement comes as a recognition of his SEAHA funded research at UCL Institute of Sustainable Heritage, using novel psychophysiological methods for lighting research and design.

See the full list at lighting-magazine.com