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For the first time in human history, individuals have the power to not only control the intensity of light, but the hue as well. The unprecedented proliferation of hue-controllable technologies brings with it a massive learning curve that we’re all experiencing together. We understand the extent of what we can do, but there are no standards to guide us through what we should do. We are the generation of lighting designers who will be the ones to figure this out.
- Recognize the principles that create timeless designs using colored light.
- Learn how to avoid designs that will look dated, trendy or cheesy.
- Create best practices for using dynamic and static hue installations.
- Assemble appropriate compositions of light hues for your residential projects.
186 Lighting Design Group
Gregg is an award-winning IALD professional and graduate of the University of Colorado’s Illumination program. Gregg is the principal owner of 186 Lighting Design Group (186) in Denver, CO. 186 specializes in high-end residential projects with over 1,000 homes completed throughout North America and beyond.
Anne Kustner Lighting Design
Anne combines the aesthetic of a Fine Arts degree, with the technical from her years at an engineering firm. 25 Years ago Anne founded AKLD Lighting Design and has successfully designed more than 1500 architectural lighting design and lighting control systems internationally. Completed projects include hospitality, commercial & high-end residential.