Hara Sigala is a lighting designer and architect, founder of the lighting design studio. She is passionate about merging her ongoing research in lighting with her design work to enhance architecture, provide visual comfort and add value to architecture solutions.
She has an extensive experience in public, commercial, cultural and private lighting projects. She has enjoyed the challenge of managing projects from the inception to completion in numerous buildings in Greece, Cyprus, United Arab Emirates and worldwide. In addition, Hara has taught architectural lighting through her position as an adjunct professor on the Lighting Design MA course at the School of Applied Arts, Hellenic University, since 2014. She has participated in writing lighting design books and is engaged in academic research through publications and dissertation supervisions focusing on wellbeing and architectural heritage.
Hara holds a graduation degree from NTUA — department of Architecture and a master’s degree in Lighting Design from Bartlett-University College London. She is a member of Techical Chamber of Greece and a founding member of Hellenic Lighting Association.