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Zen and the Art of

Lighting Design

Watch this webinar to have a holistic design approach and think beyond the techinal needs      on a project.

 

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While you may view the webinar you also will have an opportunity to appear for a short quiz and obtain the certificate if you successfully pass the quiz.

 

This month’s webinar is more philosophical in nature.

 

Let’s step away from the techno-babble that surrounds us and often predicated design. This talk would re-engage our inner emotional motivations and allow one to explore a deeper rationale for the design concepts and direction even before the first calculation or selection of any fixture.

 

Peter wants the audience to look into a more holistic design approach that includes nature, emotion, movement and silence. You should enjoy an appreciation for the proper use of darkness and how powerful it can be in its own right. They should learn to personalize each project and treat them as living organisms, not just as material structures.

 

Peter A. Hugh has been practicing architectural lighting design for over 30 years. An award winning designer, he founded Hugh Lighting Design, LLC on the belief and philosophical conviction of a lighting firm based on providing creative, dynamic spaces grounded within realities of project run disciplines and attentiveness to lighting of spaces for people and their emotional ties to the space. He is actively involved with the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. He currently serves as Chair of the Light+Design committee, Vice Chair for the Hospitality Committee and also on the Marks Committee. Mr. Hugh is also a professional member of the International Association of Lighting Designers.

 

 

Key Learnings:

 

1. Audience will find out new ways to think about spaces beyond the technical and/or psychological needs.

 

2. Audience will be pushed to find ways to better individualize approaches to project design and work within a greater new philosophical norm.

 

3. The seminar will show how the technical aspects of design should SUPPORT a holistic design approach, not predicate it (cart before the horse design).

 

4. Audience will be challenged to consider the role of emotional state within a space, and how it can work to reduce energy usage while creating better spaces.

Presented by:

Peter Hugh

Peter A. Hugh

IALD, IESNA
Lighting Designer, President

 

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