VOL 2 ISSUE 4 | APRIL 18, 2016

Created in Partnership with LightShow West 
and LED Specifier Summit - Northwest
Electric Lighting Informs Daylighting Design
by Lois I. Hutchinson
 
Daylighting design is taking an increasingly important role in both architecture and planning; meanwhile undergoing its own revolution in terms of both sustainability and computer-aided design. And where daylighting designers incorporate the expertise of lighting designers, synergies inform and enhance the process at nearly every stage of building architecture. Light-friendly interiors will leverage both daylighting and electric lighting - never use the term artificial lighting. After all, photons are photons.
 
HIGHLIGHTS
Interactive Lighting
Contributed by
LUMA LIGHTING DESIGN
When you put a group of designers together, give them a simple list of criteria and a general direction to have fun, something incredible happens. This was the case for the 2016 Portland Winter Light Festival's community installation, in which team members from Luma Lighting Design and Walker|Macy were asked to create an interactive lighting experience.   READ MORE...
LED SPECIFIER SUMMIT - NORTHWEST
Call For Speakers
LED Specifier Summit - Northwest is now accepting presentation proposals for the event in Seattle, September 22, 2016.
Topics may include, but are not limited to:
ASHRAE Standards * LED and LED Controls
Specific Projects * Retrofit * Sustainability
Daylighting * Roadway and Street Lighting
Interested speakers may submit their proposals online.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS APRIL 22, 2016.
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