Eoin Billings – Lighting Fixture Design 2018
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20-21 June 2018 | Cavendish Conference Centre | London

Eoin Billings

Billings Jackson Design

Eoin founded Billings Jackson Design with Duncan Jackson in London in 1992. They set up a New York office in 2004 and a Chicago studio in 2013.

Eoin specialises in industrial design within the building industry, developing commercially successful products including lighting and furniture systems, and applying industrial design processes to major transport and infrastructure construction projects. His intention is always to improve the quality of environments at the human scale through thoughtful, functionally effective interventions.

Working as he does across the construction industry – with architects on one hand and manufacturers on the other – gives Eoin an unusually broad perspective, a highly strategic approach and an extensive network of collaborators that enable him to add value to projects of every scale.

  • Wednesday 22 February 2017
    • 2:05 pm

      Putting people first – how applying a product development process to a construction project can create a better space for all

      Speakers: Eoin Billings of Billings Jackson Design
      Eoin Billings’ work occupies a unique space between architecture and manufacturing.  This unique position opens up critical insights into the development, design, and procurement of our built environment.  Eoin is here to share some of those insights.
    • 4:00 pm

      Panel discussion: How to deal with disruption – the lessons from history

      Speakers: Eoin Billings of Billings Jackson Design, Mark Sutton Vane of Sutton Vane Associates, Paul Taylor of Aurora, Stephen Philips of Arup
      What can we learn from the past and from other industries about technological revolutions? Our panel of experts will share their learnings and insights about coping with constant disruption.