LC, IES, IALD, DLF, AIA
Domingo González has been practicing lighting design for the last 37 years, serving as the lead designer on over 1,500 projects worldwide. His varied background in architecture, interior and product design has facilitated a broad range of built work on a diverse range of projects, encompassing transportation, civic/cultural, hospitality, healthcare, historic preservation, parks, streetscapes, education, corporate facilities and master planning.
Domingo graduated from the City College of New York with a B.S. degree in Architecture. Since 1991 he has been on the faculty of the School of Architecture (adjunct) teaching lighting design, and has lectured on the topic at various institutions around the country. He has served on the IESNA School and College Facilities committee, was a contributing author to the IES Recommended Practice 3-00 Lighting for Educational Facilities and authored the chapter on lighting design considerations for “Building Type Basics for Transit Facilities” (2004).
In 2001 Domingo was named LDI Architectural Lighting Designer of the Year, and has over the years received numerous awards from the IIDA and IES, GE (Edison Award) and New York City Landmarks Conservancy (Lucy G. Moses Award).