Thursday, September 27, 2018
2240 San Pablo Ave
Berkeley, CA 94702
Max Pierson, of Minuscule Lighting, and I have been working on a new AIA/IDCEC (2 LUS) approved course to show how thoughtful use of lighting can express and enhance the architectural statement. Max describes the content as “less about the technical metrics of lighting and more how to integrate light in architecture, as both a functional and artistic endeavor.” This course will present the layers you can use to add depth and subtlety to your architectural composition, and I will be presenting some exciting updates in LED technology that can improve occupant satisfaction and comfort. Course participants will conclude the class with a hands-on activity to put these ideas into practice.
What you can expect to learn:
The 4 lighting layers used to enhance the design of architectural spaces
Ways that lighting contributes to making built projects look 3 Dimensional
Advances in LED lighting technology
Applications of all 4 lighting layers to illuminate a space using a hands-on example
Participants are eligible for 2 AIA/IDCEC LUs.
Please mark your calendar for the next presentation of the course on September 27th at the Metro Lighting showroom located at 2240 San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley, California. Many thanks to Lawrence Grown for hosting us! If you missed our last course at AIA SF, please get in touch about this upcoming opportunity in the East Bay!
In addition, please look out for registration details to follow, as we have been invited back to present at AIA –SF once more on October 17th. You can find all of AIA-SF’s offerings on their Community Calendar.
AIA San Francisco
130 Sutter Street Suite 600
San Francisco 94104
Lighting Layers presented by:
Therese Lahaie, Apparatus Design, 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org
Max Pierson, Minuscule Lighting, 2017 email@example.com
If you have colleagues that would be interested in this training, please forward this information. We hope you’ll join us and let us be your guide to informed lighting decisions!