Emlyn Altman and Chip Israel from the IES Hospitality Lighting Committee guide viewers through the world of hospitality illumination as documented in the ANSI/IES RP-9 Hospitality Lighting Recommended Practice manual.
Advancing the Nighttime Environment: Connecting People and Places through Sustainable Outdoor Illumination
Discover the stakeholders, influencers, and motivations to expand light from a “footcandle requirement” to a beacon for community, a connector of people and spaces and a driver of evening and nighttime economies.
Learn how changes in thinking may translate into practical changes in our outdoor lighting standards – as we incorporate learnings on Light & Human Health, Ecological Impact on Flora & Fauna, Light & Justice, and Dark Sky.
Lights Out: Recovering Our Night Sky, a new exhibition at the National Museum of Natural History, shows how we worked together (with help from friends like the IES) to raise awareness of light pollution and skyglow.
Landscape lighting is like a foreign language. We need to learn how to navigate it and to properly employ the nuances that make the ‘magic’ we do with light. Learn about sculpting the night with light from Jan Moyer, a pioneer in providing clients with night environments they can relish.
Consider this an opportunity to catch up on "Current Events" in lighting by revisiting sessions from our 2021 Annual Conference. These presentations have been curated as a package so you can hear different angles of rapidly evolving topics: codes, horticulture, GUV, and sustainability. Four sessions for the cost of three! 4 CEUs.
Presented during the 2021 Annual Conference, these presentations have been curated as a package so you can learn the ways design evolves to meet nuanced project needs and aspirations. Four sessions for the cost of three! 4 CEUs.
Dynamic lighting unlocks a whole new layer of lighting capability for lighting designers and engineers, but do you know how to use it? What applications is it appropriate for and what can it be used to do? This presentation will explore some innovative ways to use dynamic light and showcase some unconventional examples.