Charlotte, NC and Washington, DC. (November 7, 2014) – Hartranft Lighting Design is expanding its design presence with a new office in Boston, MA led by Paula Ziegenbein.
With more than 25 years' experience in the lighting industry, Paula has served in key product development & applications engineering management and strategic marketing roles with Global lighting leader OSRAM. During this time she worked with some of the Nation’s largest retail national accounts, property management firms, energy services companies and electrical wholesalers to design and specify energy efficient, application appropriate lighting systems as well as to bring voice of customer input back to the organization. As a commercial engineer, Paula collaborated on hundreds of projects with lighting designers, architects, interior designers and electrical engineers with project design, product and control system specification support. She is a highly recognized speaker, who presented numerous times at IALD and Lightfair and has actively engaged in the industry through the IES and DLF. She is a LEED accredited professional.
“Paula's knowledge, experience and project management expertise broadens and extends the value Hartranft Lighting Design brings to architectural lighting approaches as well as tangential markets,” said Andrea Hartranft, Principal – Hartranft Lighting Design. “I am excited and ready for this. One of the reasons I chose to leave manufacturing and embark on a career in design is for the opportunity to work with clients and owners in creating well thought design that embraces today’s and future technologies while being mindful of the impact of the lighted environment and the occupants who must inhabit these spaces.” said Ziegenbein.
About Hartranft Lighting Design.
More than 27 years’ experience and 1000+ projects inform our approach to responsible lighting design solutions. Hartranft Lighting Design has applied our specialized expertise to help architects, developers and owners realize their vision of commercial, institutional, and mixed-use spaces.