ON-FLOOR WORKSHOP - FREE
Lighting Design with Electrical in Mind
THURSDAY - OCTOBER 18
11:30 am - 12:00 pm | On-Floor Workshop W4
EDUCATION TRACK
Lighting Design | Codes & Compliance | Connected Tech
TARGET AUDIENCE
Architects | Engineers | Lighting Designers | Interior Designers | Landscape Architects | Other End Users | Target audience will be posted soon.
AUDIENCE LEVEL
Beginner | Intermediate
QUALIFIES FOR
.5 BOMI CPD; 0.5 IDCEC
Bryan Jass, LEED AP BD+C, CxA
Project Manager – AE Design
Addie Smith, ASSOC IALD, IES, LEED ID+C
Sr Lighting Designer – AE Design
ABOUT THE SESSION

Understanding electrical engineers provide a different perspective on seemingly overwhelming design requirements, and early communication can lead to creative, well-designed solutions. Learn tools to help integrate lighting design with codes and other engineering requirements for an easier coordination process with fewer surprises. Through real-life examples and lessons, learn proven tactics on communication, codes, the pricing/budget process, scheduling, maintenance, emergency lighting strategies, control systems and other solutions that have been successfully implemented.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Understand the codes, budgets and other restrictions that can impact the final lighting design, and how to design with them in mind.
  • Advocate for lighting design choices more effectively with the entire team, and convey their importance to the overall success of the project.
  • Understand decisions from various stakeholders, and how to design with their needs in mind.
  • Discuss methods and timeline for coordination, which allows more effective communication with electrical engineers.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Bryan Jass, LEED AP BD+C, CxA
Project Manager
AE Design

Addie Smith, ASSOC IALD, IES, LEED ID+C
Sr Lighting Designer
AE Design

Addie Smith has been in the architectural lighting design industry for over 7 years, working in Manhattan, Chicago, and Denver on projects all over the world. With an education in Interior Design, Addie brings a unique approach to her design process that incorporates fundamental design principles, the psychology of space, and technical expertise in lighting design. Her work is human-centric and explores how light can make people feel better.

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