• WELL v2: Light Concept Preconditions and Optimizations
    by Brent Andrews on March 26, 2021 at 3:14 pm

    The International Well Building Institute adopted version 2 of the WELL Building Standard in September 2020. The new version represents a significant change from version 1, including a reorganization of the foundational concept categories. This course will review the contents of the LIGHT concept, comparing and contrasting preconditions and optimizations between the versions, concentrating on … WELL v2: Light Concept Preconditions and Optimizations Read More » The post WELL v2: Light Concept Preconditions and Optimizations appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Design Criteria for UV Light Disinfection Safety
    by Brent Andrews on February 22, 2021 at 12:29 pm

    Join us on March 10th from 2:00 – 3:00 PM EST to discuss the research around UV light technology and how it can be highly effective at inactivating pathogens…but is it safe? Properly applied, UV light disinfection can balance safety with pathogen reduction. Join our webinar to investigate the safety protocols and design techniques that … Design Criteria for UV Light Disinfection Safety Read More » The post Design Criteria for UV Light Disinfection Safety appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • The Value of Networked Lighting Controls
    by Brent Andrews on February 11, 2021 at 12:30 pm

    Lighting controls can have a significant impact on energy savings, performance, and the owner’s bottom-line, especially in the modern environment. This course will demonstrate the importance of networked lighting controls focusing on design, specification, and installation delivering significant value to customers. The webinar covers the following topics: Calculate the true cost of networked controls Recognize … The Value of Networked Lighting Controls Read More » The post The Value of Networked Lighting Controls appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Light and Circadian Environments | Promoting Health & Wellness through Circadian-Supportive Environments
    by EHunt on February 3, 2021 at 2:26 pm

    Creating circadian-supportive environments, where each person’s 24-hour needs differ, can be a challenge under the best of circumstances, yet never more relevant than in today’s uncertain times. Can circadian-effective lighting help promote health and wellbeing where we live and where we work? Architects and lighting designers, whether in pursuit of knowledge as standard practice or … Light and Circadian Environments | Promoting Health & Wellness through Circadian-Supportive Environments Read More » The post Light and Circadian Environments | Promoting Health & Wellness through Circadian-Supportive Environments appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • LED OPTICAL DESIGN Advantages, Opportunities and Challenges | ON DEMAND
    by Brent Andrews on February 2, 2021 at 8:52 pm

    This learning unit provides a general overview of the importance of Optical Design using LED light sources. We will review the basic Principles of Optics, LED technologies, Optics for LEDs and the successful integration into luminaire designs. The focus of this presentation is towards interior applications, but many of the principles and concepts carry over … LED OPTICAL DESIGN Advantages, Opportunities and Challenges | ON DEMAND Read More » The post LED OPTICAL DESIGN Advantages, Opportunities and Challenges | ON DEMAND appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Integration of Acoustic Control in Lighting Fixtures | ON DEMAND
    by Brent Andrews on February 2, 2021 at 8:46 pm

    Contemporary interior design has led to an increase in open spaces, unfinished ceilings, glass walls and hard flooring. All of these can result in elevated noise levels. This presentation is about how the integration of acoustic control in lighting fixtures can be part of the solution. Learning Objectives • Understand the effects of noise in … Integration of Acoustic Control in Lighting Fixtures | ON DEMAND Read More » The post Integration of Acoustic Control in Lighting Fixtures | ON DEMAND appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Catenary Lighting : Innovation Design in Contemporary Architecture
    by Travis Watson on January 20, 2021 at 1:37 pm

    A catenary is a curve that is found throughout nature and the built world. This course presents the history of catenaries in architectural design and examines the relationship between catenary systems and lighting. We discuss engineering and environmental factors, types of catenary lighting layouts and real examples of catenary lighting installations from around the world. … Catenary Lighting : Innovation Design in Contemporary Architecture Read More » The post Catenary Lighting : Innovation Design in Contemporary Architecture appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Wireless is More 2.0
    by Brent Andrews on January 14, 2021 at 1:15 pm

    Join us on February 9th from 1:00 – 2:00PM CST to better understand the fundamentals of wireless technology, explore the most common concerns with wireless, and reconcile the reward of wireless control benefits. You will learn the important qualifiers of a robust wireless controls solution that will ensure a successful installation as well as explore … Wireless is More 2.0 Read More » The post Wireless is More 2.0 appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Best Practices for Specifying Wooden Poles | ON DEMAND
    by Travis Watson on December 7, 2020 at 5:39 pm

    Wood has been a trusted resource for centuries, used in the construction of buildings, ships, and bridges around the world, many of which are still in service today. In this course, you will learn about best practices for specifying wooden poles with your architectural site and area lighting solutions. We’ll discuss proper material selection of … Best Practices for Specifying Wooden Poles | ON DEMAND Read More » The post Best Practices for Specifying Wooden Poles | ON DEMAND appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Quality Above All – A Materials Discussion | ON DEMAND
    by Travis Watson on December 7, 2020 at 5:36 pm

    Quality lighting design depends on accurate information, quality specifications, and relentless follow-through. Lighting specifications must be prepared with clarity and precision, and require a tremendous amount of communication between the design community, owners/clients, manufacturers, and manufacturers’ representatives concerning all stakeholders’ standards of quality for lighting equipment. As noted in the IALD’s Guidelines for Specification Integrity … Quality Above All – A Materials Discussion | ON DEMAND Read More » The post Quality Above All – A Materials Discussion | ON DEMAND appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Modern Approach to UV (20 min.)
    by Travis Watson on March 29, 2021 at 2:06 pm

    Are you interested in adding UV light disinfection technology to your next project? Acuity Brands is ready to introduce you to the modern approach. Join us on either April 6th or 7th for just 20 minutes to learn all you need to know about UV. Register now! The post Modern Approach to UV (20 min.) appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Sattler | LIVE!
    by Travis Watson on March 26, 2021 at 12:42 pm

    Join us for Product Updates and a Virtual Factory Tour. The presentation will be ongoing throughout most of the day, jump in and out at your convenience.     The post Sattler | LIVE! appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Design Dialogue with Christian Flindt | Poulsen
    by Travis Watson on March 1, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    Join us in a lighting design conversation with the award-winning Danish designer, Christian Flindt, as we explore his design philosophy, processes, and collaboration with Louis Poulsen. Live Q&A to follow the talk. The post Design Dialogue with Christian Flindt | Poulsen appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • From Application to the Solution | Indoor (UL) | iGuzzini
    by Travis Watson on March 1, 2021 at 5:42 pm

    Designing light in indoor and outdoor spaces with the new Tools 2020 to enhance, inspire, stimulate, create suggestions and paths, in an innovative and sustainable way, in favor of visual and perceptive well-being The post From Application to the Solution | Indoor (UL) | iGuzzini appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Low Voltage System (UL) | iGuzzini
    by Travis Watson on March 1, 2021 at 5:20 pm

    Miniaturization of equipment, components and track; chromatic quality, energy efficiency, high visual comfort, wide range of light spreads, high uniformity and precision. Direct or suspended installation on low-voltage tracks in maximum safety. Integrated IoT technology with powered beacons in the track. Low voltage electrical systems have many advantages and offer opportunities for the development of … Low Voltage System (UL) | iGuzzini Read More » The post Low Voltage System (UL) | iGuzzini appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • From Application to the Solution | Outdoor (UL) | iGuzzini
    by Travis Watson on March 1, 2021 at 5:16 pm

    Designing light in indoor and outdoor spaces with the new Tools 2020 to enhance, inspire, stimulate, create suggestions and paths, in an innovative and sustainable way, in favor of visual and perceptive well-being. The post From Application to the Solution | Outdoor (UL) | iGuzzini appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • iWay Super Comfort (UL) | iGuzzini
    by Travis Watson on March 1, 2021 at 5:13 pm

    The iWay collection of bollards designed by architect Jean Michel Wilmotte continues to evolve in terms of both design and optics: a new extraordinary version capable of totally eliminating the risk of glare makes its debut. The new optic, in fact, is optimized to completely hide the light source from view and, at the same … iWay Super Comfort (UL) | iGuzzini Read More » The post iWay Super Comfort (UL) | iGuzzini appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Linealuce Mini 47 | iGuzzini
    by Travis Watson on March 1, 2021 at 5:01 pm

    Surface-mounted professional linear system. Linealuce mini 47, surface version, creates excellent wall lighting with wall grazing, symmetrical and Elliptical distribution. The Grazing technique is perfect for enhancing the texture of a surface, ensuring excellent; symmetrical and elliptical distribution enhances architectural details with a concentrated beam of light emitted by a linear product. Pure design, with … Linealuce Mini 47 | iGuzzini Read More » The post Linealuce Mini 47 | iGuzzini appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • Palco InOut (UL) | iGuzzini
    by Travis Watson on March 1, 2021 at 4:55 pm

    Palco InOut extends our collection of Palco floodlights and framers developed for indoor into outdoor applications. Professional floodlights for architectural lighting with five different diameters starting at just 30mm (1″ 1/6) to offer a range of incomparable solutions. Innovative Opti Beam optical technologies, with lenses and reflectors to combine comfort, clean beam outlines, and power. … Palco InOut (UL) | iGuzzini Read More » The post Palco InOut (UL) | iGuzzini appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

  • From Laser Blade to Blade R
    by Travis Watson on March 1, 2021 at 4:51 pm

    Laser Blade is an icon of innovation: in 2012 it was recognized as the first miniaturized linear downlight with an invisible source, then evolved to The Blade, the first product of design conceived to not be seen, a masterpiece of miniaturization and precision. Blade R leads a new evolution, going beyond the known limits of … From Laser Blade to Blade R Read More » The post From Laser Blade to Blade R appeared first on Architectural Lighting Alliance.

Scroll to Top