CONFERENCE SEMINAR
Lighting Design for Transit Infrastructure
WEDNESDAY - OCTOBER 17
4:00 - 5:00 pm | Seminar S10
EDUCATION TRACK
Lighting Design
TARGET AUDIENCE
Architects | Engineers | Lighting Designers | Interior Designers
AUDIENCE LEVEL
Intermediate | Advanced
QUALIFIES FOR
1.0 AIA LU; 1 BOMI CPD; 1 IDCEC; 1 LA-CES
Dan Foreman, IES
Los Angeles Lighting Leader – Arup
ABOUT THE SESSION

Learn about key considerations and solutions on design, facilities management and human factors for large scale, high profile transit infrastructure projects currently under construction around the world. Hear examples and case-studies from mega projects around the world.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Understand the potential architectural massing and volume challenges that occur and the lighting techniques to address them, while adhering to multiple stakeholder constraints. Relate lighting design techniques to large, complex applications.
  • Acknowledge the real drivers for publicly funded and maintained infrastructure projects. Designing for maintainability and longevity in transit incorporates unique specification parameters that can be applied to other sectors in order to drastically reduce maintenance.
  • 'Transiting' (passing across or through a space) requires thoughtful consideration of general and vertical transportation wayfinding integrated with visual comfort. Balancing subterranean environment transition and uniformity to maintain visual comfort challenges when introducing daylighting and wellbeing techniques discussed.
  • Insight into the planning, architecture and interior design trends of the current transit projects currently under construction in New York, Los Angeles, Riyadh KSA, Singapore and Sydney, Australia.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Dan Foreman, IES
Los Angeles Lighting Leader
Arup

Dan Foreman has been formally trained in International Business and Trade, Industrial Design, and Design Science Illumination with experience in Interior design, industrial design, marketing and lighting design. Dan has 20 years’ experience in the design and construction industry within the transit, aviation, commercial, institution, health care, retail and hospitality sectors, throughout Australasia, Middle East and North America.

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