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Damon Wood, National Sales
This one-hour course introduces a wide range of choices in specifying unique architectural lighting solutions. Understanding these choices and tradeoffs will help architects specify personalized architectural lighting that meets budget and schedule constraints. Specifiers will become familiar with common fabrication and finishing techniques as well as the tradeoffs between customization and cost. In addition, practical tips for working with custom lighting manufacturers will be provided.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
• Explain the conditions when a standard or modified luminaire would be the appropriate solution in lighting design
• Describe the common choices and cost impacts of metal and paint finishes for decorative lighting
• Define common manufacturing processes and their applications in producing luminaire components
• List ways in which a custom manufacturer can assist the specifier and owner in developing and managing custom lighting projects