Goldstick Lighting Design, Ltd. (GLD) is a full service firm specializing in architectural lighting. Karen Goldstick founded the firm in 1999 to apply the expertise she gained as a lighting designer in New York and London, working internationally, and as an in-house technical consultant to a custom lighting manufacturer. GLD provides high-quality, responsive service that results in creative yet practical and technically-sound lighting designs. The firm prides itself on the relationships it has built with a number of long-term clients completing over 500 projects in the last 20 years of practicing architectural lighting design.
Architectural projects include interior and exterior spaces for – academic facilities, airport, corporate headquarters, medical facilities, lobbies, multi-family buildings, parks, retail, religious institutions and hospitality spaces that have received awards from GE, New York Construction, Illuminating Engineering Society and the American Institute of Architects.
GLD, located in Westchester County, NY, is certified as a Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) by the New York State Empire State Development Corporation, School Construction Authority (SCA), NYC Small Business Services (SBS) and Port Authority of NY and NJ.
Karen Goldstick is Principal of Goldstick Lighting Design, Ltd. She established the firm in 1999 offering full lighting design services from design concepts through construction completion. Her 37 year career includes projects of large and small scale for academic facilities, corporate interiors, medical facilities, retail, site and landscape, sport venues, restaurants, building façade and lobbies, airports and hotels.
She is a Parsons School of Design graduate, and has held senior positions at Horton Lees Lighting Design, Lighting Design Partnership in London and Flack + Kurtz Consulting Engineers as Director of Lighting. Karen has authored numerous articles on sports lighting and many of her projects have received architectural awards for design and energy conservation.
As Principal, Karen oversees every project at GLD and represents the firm and its design work with clientele. She is hands on with development of initial design concepts and review of final design prior to issuing construction documents.
Kalynn Amadio is Associate Principal of Goldstick Lighting Design, Ltd. She holds a BS in Architectural Engineering with a concentration in electrical systems and lighting design.
She has extensive project management and design experience over the past 32 years for a variety of projects in all categories of construction. Included in that experience is design of K-12 and higher education facilities, corporate headquarters, hotels, airports and multi-family residences.
As an Associate at GLD, Kalynn is responsible for collaborating on the design vision and direction of design efforts for the project during production phases. She is instrumental in creating design details and navigating technical coordination of project concepts.
Tyrell Lundman is a Designer at Goldstick Lighting Design, Ltd. He has a Master of Architecture degree from City College of New York (CUNY).
Ty has extensive project and design experience with GLD ranging from corporate interiors, exterior lighting, and multi-family high rises. Included is design and detail work for six multi-family and mixed use retail projects in the New York City area.
As a Designer at GLD, he is active in design development, production and coordination with the architect and other design team members.
Elizabeth Graham graduated from the University of New Haven in 2016 with a B.A. in Interior Design. During the course of her four years there, she was a member of the university’s growing A.S.I.D. chapter, along with several other club affiliations.
In her final years at the university, she completed two internships with interior design firms. Liz joined our team soon after graduation and was elated to recently become a full time employee in September of 2016. She has experience with corporate, multi-family and exterior projects.