Emotion & Architecture
Architect, historian, theorist & philosopher Dr. Timothy Parker will discuss the myriad ways architects compel emotional response out of physical space.
|Abbey Rosen Holmes|
Pioneers of lighting design Zack Zanolli (Fisher Marantz Stone) and Abbey Rosen Holmes (NYXdesign) lead a discussion on the psychological dynamic in moments and places shaped primarily by light.
The Psychology of Place
Panel discussion focused on the deeper societal and cultural meaning behind our structures. Speakers to include Jeff M. Sugar, RLA, ITEC Entertainment Corporation.
|Dr. Timothy Parker|
Fisher Marantz Stone
Abigail Rosen Holmes
Abigail Rosen Holmes works internationally, creating lighting and video design for the concert touring, television, architecture and corporate events industries. Abigail has designed international concert tour lighting for many of the most iconic and critically acclaimed artists. Architectural projects include the High Roller Observation Wheel for Caesars Entertainment in Las Vegas. Abbey previously worked at Walt Disney Imagineering.
Jeff M. Sugar, RLA
Director of Planning
ITEC Entertainment Corporation
Jeff Sugar’s talent in crafting creative design solutions for unique projects has earned him a reputation for exceeding each client’s expectations. His ability to blend practical design ideas with complex, one-of-a-kind visions enables Jeff to consistently achieve high level results. Whether it is a traditional Landscape Architectural project, resort wide master planning or detailed area development design; Jeff uses his strong experience in project management skills to insure that all design details are fully realized throughout every phase of the project. Jeff holds a bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Florida’s College of Design, Construction and Planning.
Vice President, PGAV Destinations
Al Cross continues to create designs in a wide variety of building and project types. His work includes Chimelong’s Hengqin Ocean Kingdom near Macau, China as well as Thea award recipients Georgia Aquarium (2007) and Discovery Cove (2001). Al received his Master of Architecture in 1979 from Washington University in St. Louis before becoming a Licensed Architect in 1982. Al is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the Themed Entertainment Association.
Organizer: Themed Entertainment Association (TEA). SATE '14 presenting sponsors are Christie and Electrosonic.
SATE (Storytelling, Architecture, Technology, Experience) brings together creatives, producers, owners and operators in the visitor attractions industry. SATE explores issues, opportunities and possibilities relating to the creation of compelling guest experiences for entertainment, education, retail and branding.