Available Light Announces New Associate, Catherine Leskowat, Assoc. IALD, Assoc. IIDA, LC

 

For Immediate Release

BOSTON, 16 May 2016 – Available Light is delighted to announce the addition of Catherine Leskowat as an Associate of the firm. Catherine, who will be based in the Salem MA studio, joins the team from Atelier Ten, where she worked as a lighting designer focused on bringing sustainable solutions to schools, universities, hospitality spaces, and other projects. Notable work with Atelier Ten included the new Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown CT; Nuance Communications West Coast Headquarters, Mountain View CA; and the award-winning Jackson Laboratory in Farmington CT.

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Catherine’s background in Interior Design makes her keenly interested in both the physical environment’s impact on the health & well-being of users and the way people interact with the built environment. Her design interest focus on the integration of daylight and electric light to create robust, beautiful, and sustainable spaces.

 

“Catherine is an exceptional addition to Available Light,” says President & Creative Director Steven Rosen, FIALD, “Her energy, talent, thoughtfulness and considerable skill set adds so much to our team and we are delighted to count her among our wonderful team.”

 

ABOUT AVAILABLE LIGHT

Available Light is an innovative, award-winning Lighting Design firm specializing in the fields of Museum Exhibition, Architecture, and Trade Shows & Special Events. Our comprehensive services address the entire process from master planning to specification to final lighting commissioning. Delivering insightful, creative, technically adept and sustainable solutions for high performance environments is central to our mission.

 

One thought on “Available Light Announces New Associate, Catherine Leskowat, Assoc. IALD, Assoc. IIDA, LC

  1. Congratulations to Catherine on her new position with Available Light. As a student, Catherine was always an engaged forward thinking problem solver whose passion for lighting design went beyond the traditional setting. I have no doubt she will flourish with this new opportunity.

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