CONFERENCE SEMINAR
Project Lighting Control - Where to Start
THURSDAY - SEPTEMBER 26
10:45 - 11:45 pm | Seminar S12
EDUCATION TRACK
Connected Tech
TARGET AUDIENCE
Architects | Lighting Designers | Interior Designers | Landscape Architects | Other End Users
AUDIENCE LEVEL
Beginner | Intermediate
QUALIFIES FOR
Learning units will be posted soon
Sebastien Panouille, LC
Consultant & Educator – ThinkL Studio
Kathy Pryzgoda
Principal Designer – Light Studio LA
ABOUT THE SESSION

Any project will run into compatibility issues between lighting and the control system. But it doesn't have to be this way. Products evolve all the time as are control systems. With appropriate due diligence during the design process between the lighting consultant, electrical engineer and contractor, most site issues can be anticipated. It is all about communication and being able to speak a common language.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Learn to determine compatibility when designing a lighting control system.
  • What are the key elements to review for compatibility between a lighting system and a control system?
  • Learn why the lighting specifier must be involved in the control system value engineering.
  • Learn what lighting should be controlled and how in a typical project.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Sebastien Panouille, LC
Consultant & Educator
ThinkL Studio

Sebastien is a NCQLP Certified Lighting Designer with 10 years of experience and a wide range of lighting design experience from concept to implementation; he worked in France and Canada on commercial and residential projects and help spread awareness for lighting around the design community as a consultant and educator.

Kathy Pryzgoda
Principal Designer
Light Studio LA

Kathy Pryzgoda has been designing lighting for the past 30 years. Her work includes: Theatre, Television, and Architectural lighting. She created Light Studio LA, Inc in 2007. Kathy has received multiple awards in all aspects of Lighting Design. Ms. Pryzgoda resides in Los Angeles and lectures both nationally and locally.

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