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Sculpting Architectural Space with Light: Small Firm Forum

Thursday, June 7, 2018
Noon-1:30pm
Free AIA Members / $3 Nonmembers
Lunch will be provided by Apparatus Design; Click here to register.

1.5 CES LUs

Sculpting Architectural Space with Light gives designers fluency in LED lighting technology by demonstrating the use of LED products in residential applications. Product demonstrations will be used to clearly illustrate design and engineering innovation, quality of light concerns, and the lighting layers that enhance architectural spaces. After the training there will be a question and answer session and an opportunity to see the products and discuss how they can optimized for your projects.

We will discuss updates in architectural lighting technology and how they impact your current projects. Designers will learn how to guide clients towards informed decisions about LED lighting as the result of their increased understanding of quality of light and required to make design projects 100% successful.

The extensive research conducted in preparing the Innovators in LED Lighting presentation provides practical guidance for specifiers to gain fluency in LED Lighting technology.

About the Presenters:

Therese Lahaie is an independent consultant who connects lighting designers and manufacturers with LED lighting solutions. She serves as program advisor for the light & architecture conference Lightspace California and as juror for the architectural lighting competition 40under40 North America. Therese also has an active career as an artist working in the medium of light.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the four lighting layers needed to make the spaces you design look three-dimensional.
  2. Identify the benefits of color-tunable LED lighting for residential applications.
  3. Be able to list the ways that color temperature or degrees Kelvin and CRI color rendering index improves the final design project.
  4. Identify the biggest technical challenges for LED lighting manufacturers and how are these challenges addressed.