IDL - Bozeman eNEWS - April 2013 - Vol. 6 No. 4
The Seattle Lighting Design Lab is taking to the road and giving a series of lectures about the latest in lighting technologies and exterior lighting design. On October 1, Bozeman will welcome them at the Holiday Inn for a day of workshops and Q&A. The morning workshop will cover the latest technologies in the fi eld of lighting, including lamps, software, controls, and luminaires, as well as discuss current and future trends. The afternoon will focus on exterior lighting design, exploring the factors that contribute to and enhance exterior lighting. Both workshops are worth 2 AIA Continuing Education credits each.
WHEN: October 1, 2008 10 am - 3 pm
WHERE: Holiday Inn, 5 E Baxter Lane
LUNCH: Box lunch provided by the Lighting
Design Lab (included in registration fee)
HOW MUCH: $30 per session ($60 for all day)
TO REGISTER, VISIT: www.lightingdesignlab.com/classform.php
A long time coming, the Integrated Design Lab-Bozeman brings you another resource for energy-efficient sustainable design. Packed with articles and tips as well as information on upcoming events, this eNewsletter will be your source for daylighting and energy efficiency tools. Each month we will also update you on what is going on in our lab and let you know about our latest additions to our website.
Next week, IDL-Bozeman welcomes Ken Baker to talk about high performance buildings and integrated design.
“The challenge has been given to us. The architecture and building community need to design and construct high performance buildings...now. How do we meet this challenge? Two sessions will focus on how to effectively use integrated design and evolutionary strategies that will greatly enhance the energy performance of a building without compromising other owner and occupancy needs. The first half of the morning will address how integrated design synthesizes climate, use, loads, and systems to deliver a more comfortable, productive and energy-efficient environment while meeting, while meeting project requirements and budget. The remainder of the session will focus on the detailed requirements of successful integrated design. Learn the patterns, roles, and responsibilities that cross-disciplinary teams use to ensure a high performance building.”
- Better Bricks Website
To find out more information about this FREE EVENT and register for the event, click on the following locations and dates or check out the BetterBricks Events Calendar at www.BetterBricks.com.