郑见伟 Name: Zheng Jianwei
总设计师 Title: Chief Designer
IALD国际照明设计师协会专业会员，IES北美照明学会专业会员。 Introduction: Professional member of IALD International Lighting Designers Association, professional member of IES North American Lighting Association. He graduated from Tsinghua University in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in materials science and engineering, and worked as a marketing and management company in a state-owned foreign company before 2006. In 2006, he changed his career as a professional designer. He is currently the chief storytelling designer. In a few years, he has completed a number of widely influential works, including the Olympic Central District, and has won the world's highest awards in the lighting design industry. Zheng Jianwei can naturally think about problems and create works from different dimensions, and his works usually have Chinese-style philosophical speculation. In 2009, Zheng Jianwei's architectural lighting work "Beijing Olympic Park Sinking Garden No. 7" won the world's only highest award for night-lighting design by the North American Illumination Society (IES)-Paul Waterbury Award, making him the first to win. The Chinese lighting designer of the world-class lighting design award; at the same time, he participated in the design of the night view of the bird's nest, the interior and exterior lighting of the Beijing Han Meilin Museum of Art, and the interior lighting of the Beijing Lan Club, and won three IES awards for excellence. In the same year, Zheng Jianwei was awarded the title of Top Ten Outstanding Youth in China's Design Industry. In 2011, his lighting work "Shape of Light I-Xiang" won the first "Beijing Design Award". In 2012, he began to set foot in the field of light art installations. Thinking about "shadows" formed a series of works "Zheng Jianweiguang tells the power of the shadow of the story." The first work "Yongle Nineteen Years" has been released; meanwhile, he began planning Bird's Nest, Water Cube, China Millennium Monument, and other landmark buildings have launched multiple lighting new media art projects. "Heaven and Man Water Cube" is the first public art project to be implemented. In 2013, his architectural lighting works Shenzhen Bay Sports Center and Tangshan Qixin Cement Factory won two more IES awards. In 2014, Wuhan Hanjie Wanda Plaza won the Award of Excellence, the highest award in the lighting industry by the International Association of Lighting Designers. In 2015, 2500 moon large-scale lighting art installations in Yangzhou City were completed, which has attracted widespread attention worldwide. Zheng Jianwei's other works include: night lighting planning and design of the central area of the Beijing Olympic Park, indoor and outdoor lighting design of the Shanghai Lan Club, night lighting design of the third phase of the Beijing International Trade Center, APEC lighting art performance of the 2014 Beijing Olympic central area, and night lighting of the China Millennium Monument Design, Cai Guoqiang's "I Want to Believe" lighting consultant for the solo exhibition of the National Art Museum of China, the night view of a number of Wanda urban complex projects, and the night view lighting planning and design of the “Wanli First City” Yibin central area.
Last Online: 2019-1-14
Number of questions: 2
[2019-4-2]： Netizens in China Photo [2019-4-2]:
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[2018-11-9]： Netizens in China Photo [2018-11-9]:
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