IES Technical Luncheon: Layers of Light

When:  Mar 20, 2019 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (ET)

Sooner or later it gets dark outside…and that means the visual success of your projects need a great lighting design. Learn how to successfully identify and apply a nature-inspired layered approach to lighting commercial spaces informed by best practices and the recommendations of the Illuminating Engineering Society. Case studies from private office to medical practice and from church to restaurant will reveal when to draw on a sunny day for artificial lighting design, and when to look for different inspiration.

Presenter:
David Warfel
Lighting Designer, David K Warfel Lighting Design

David WarfelDavid Warfel is a Midwestern farm boy turned lighting designer, author, and educator who passionately shares the gift of light. Whether blogging at languageoflight.blog, writing for Houzz.com, working with the commercial lighting design team at Schuler Shook, or designing residential and entertainment experiences from coast to coast, David simply wants to help others live better lives through the scientific and artistic application of radiant energy. From the local theatre to Carnegie Hall, from his parent’s kitchen to multi-million-dollar homes, from local pizza joints to the Las Vegas Strip, from school cafeterias to Royal Caribbean Cruise Line projects, David is endlessly fascinated by the power of light to reveal and transform space.

Location

Latvian Canadian Cultural Centre
4 Credit Union Dr
North York, ON M4A 2N8