Yuliya Savelyeva was born in Samara, Russia, holds a bachelor's degree from Samara State University of Architecture and a Dual Degree in Architecture and Lighting Design at Parsons The New School for Design. Her graduate thesis project addressed the role of architecture in creating multisensory participatory experience through shifts in the relationship between the observer and spectacle. Yuliya is a Lighting Designer at Arup and will be traveling to India in 2017 to study Ancient Solar Observatories.
Lindsey Dieter is an Alberta native, residing in New York City. She was trained as a contemporary ballet dancer, has a bachelor of Kinesiology and a Double Major MFA Interior and Lighting Design from Parsons The New School for Design. Her work is centered around the intersections between physical movement and spatial design and was awarded the Double Major Thesis Prize for her Graduate Thesis Project: "SOMASPACE: The Kinesthetic Void in Contemporary Architecture." Lindsey is a Lighting Designer at HLB Lighting Design and Part-Time Faculty in Product Design at The New School.
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