Lighting Design

Master - Madrid

Light is a language, it provokes emotions, it communicates and, moreover, it has the advantage of being universal. The Master in Lighting Design offers training in the manipulation of light in space, adding something more than a mere response to a purely functional or aesthetic demand.  
The master is divided into three modules: architectural, scenic and creative, giving a multiplicity of environments and addressing different types of projects. With this programme, you will develop the possibilities of combining the technical aspects of lighting sources, luminaires and their accessories, to obtain artistic, expressive and exciting results in the three areas.

  • Start date
    October 2017
  • Duration
    9 months
  • Attendance
    evening
  • Language
    Spanish

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Goals
• Carry out complete lighting projects for architectural spaces
• Know the product, its qualities and its application
• Acquire the knowledge and technical resources to control the proposal at different scales
• Analyse the concept, development, execution and communication of projects from a multidisciplinary profile
• Generate the ability to adapt to the work environment in several areas
• Expand your knowledge and specialize in this area to enrich proposals or alterations


Professional Opportunities
• Specialists in lighting design, either freelance or in architectural, interior design and landscaping studios
• Designers for events companies, ephemeral architectures and museum installations
• Responsible for lighting in engineering studios 
• In charge in integral services companies, manufacturers, distributors and specialised stores
• Freelance, to provide support to studios or companies that need to implement light proposals in their projects


Dates and Schedules
October 2017 - June 2018
19.00-22.30 h (Mon to Fri, 4 to 5 days per week)