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Paul Gregory is an American lighting designer (see architectural lighting design). He is the founder and president of Focus Lighting Inc. in New York City. He is responsible for numerous lighting designs including many notable restaurants, hotels, and retail stores. Lighting at the 2005 Classical Spectacular Concert The role of the lighting designer (or LD) within theatre is to work with the director, set designer, and costume designer to create an overall look for the show in response to the text, while keeping in mind issues of visibility, safety and... Architectural lighting design is a field within architecture that concerns itself primarily with the illumination of architecture. ...

In 1975, he founded and headed Litelab Corporation, whose design projects included the disco floor for the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever. This article is becoming very long. ... Saturday Night Fever is a 1977 movie starring John Travolta as Tony Manero, a troubled Brooklyn youth whose weekend activities are dominated by visits to a Brooklyn discotheque. ...

Gregory has won Lighting Dimensions International’s “Lighting Designer of the Year" Award and has been inducted into Architectural Lighting Magazine's Architectural Lighting Hall of Fame.

Design projects

FAO Schwarz flagship store
Entel Tower, Santigo Chile
The Mall at Millenia
Le Cirque, 2006
Atlantis Resort, Palm Islands, Dubai
Morimoto Restaurant in Philadelphia (see Masaharu Morimoto)
BIG Piano in FAO Schwarz. ... Torre Entel is the name of a 127. ... The main entrance of The Mall at Millenia. ... Le Cirque is a famed French restaurant in Manhattan owned and operated by Sirio Maccioni. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Masaharu Morimoto (森本正治 Morimoto Masaharu; born May 26, 1955 in Hiroshima, Japan) is a well-known Japanese chef, best-known as the third (and last) Iron Chef Japanese on the TV cooking show Iron Chef, and an Iron Chef on its spinoff, Iron Chef America. ...

See also

Goodman School of Drama
Parsons School of Design

The Goodman School of Drama is now styled the DePaul University Theatre School. ... The Parsons School of Design, located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City, is a design school affiliated (since 1970) with the New School University. ...

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Testimony Of Peter Paul Gregory (5468 words)
GREGORY - I was born in Chita, Siberia.
GREGORY - Because simply from reading accounts of the difficulties experienced by so many Americans who married Russian girls in the Soviet Union, and all the difficulties they had to secure permits from the Soviet Government for an exit visa for their wives.
GREGORY - But, otherwise, I would say it would be rather unusual, rather unusual for a person who lived in the Soviet Union for 17 months that he would speak so well that a native Russian would not be sure whether he was born in that country or not.
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