IES Atlanta invites you to join us Monday, April 20th for Defining and Calculating Glare for Interior Spaces. A seminar discussing the evolution interior lighting trends in the context of the modern workplace with Janet Cecchettini is a 35+ year veteran of the lighting industry with wide experience in lighting design and applications, project management, and lighting education.
This presentation is registered with AIA or IDCEC for CEU(s). Certificates will be provided, upon request, after the event.
This presentation will be virtual. Please register here – https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8715255134372714510
This course addresses the evolution interior lighting trends in the context of the modern workplace. Since the advent of the LED age, our design considerations shifted to energy efficiency, lumens per watt ruled the design. As LED efficacies have improved, and energy codes have advanced meeting those requirements is a given. It’s time to refocus our design intent to the visual comfort of the occupants.
After completing this course you will understand how controlling glare, selecting the best type of fixture for the space, and taking new design standards into consideration are key to creating a comfortable workspace.
- Identify the trends in interior lighting, from parabolic troffer to led panel
- Recognize the design challenges inherent in the ever-evolving modern workspace
- Recognize the facts over fiction in marketing claims being made today about UGR (Unified Glare Rating)
- Apply the principles of the UGR standard to design visually comfortable workspaces
Janet Cecchettini is a 35+ year veteran of the lighting industry with wide experience in lighting design and applications, project management, and lighting education.
Janet has spent the past 16 years committed to bringing the wonder of lighting to a broad audience of industry professionals, facility owners and managers, industry novices and colleagues through the development and implementation of instructor-led and electronic coursework designed to educate and inspire.
Currently Senior Manager of Lighting and Lighting Controls Education at Acuity Brands Center for Light & Space in Conyers, Georgia, Janet holds the Lighting Certified credential from the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions, and is a longtime member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.