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Lightology: Summer in Chicago
Lighting LU Offering:
Commercial Lighting and the Means of Sustainable Design
Create a lighting desing that will stand the test of time, sustainable lighting products and concepts

Thursday, June 22th, 2006
6:30 pm

215 W. Chicago Avenue, Chicago

Cost: $20.00 in advance,
$25 at the door

Beer, Wine, and Soda

DJ On the Roof

1 LU credit
Presenter: Anne Kustner, LC, IES, IALD Associate
In 1994 Anne founded Anne Kustner Lighting Design, Ltd. (AKLD). AKLD has successfully designed more than 450 architectural lighting design and lighting control system projects in a wide range of applications and environments over the past eleven years. Completed lighting specification projects include municipal, contract, retail, residential, museums, galleries, restaurants, houses of worship, and educational institutions. Anne strongly believes in developing the future of our industry. She has taught lighting design at the college level, and she currently serves as an instructor of lighting courses for the IES and other professional organizations. She received her degree in interior design.
Limit 75, so sign up early!
Anne will discuss the techniques used and the challenges faced in commercial lighting and sustainable design. A broad spectrum of projects fall under the catagory of "commercial lighting", however the success of each lighting design is based upon the implementation of basic lighting techniques, creative design solutions, and sustainable lighting systems. We will review the importance of a balanced mix of performance and aesthetic lighting fixtures to achieve a desired feel in commercial spaces such as offices, public spaces, museums, retail, hospitality venues, and exterior facades. Also, I will demonstrate the simple elements of daylighting, energy-efficient lighting design, and control systems and how to integrate them effectively to develop a sustainable lighting design.
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