Sustainable Lighting in Architecture

Lunchtime CPD

1pm - 2pm, 29th January 2016

The Cube, 1 Brittain Street,

Sheffield, S1 4RJ

CPD by - DeltaLight, Edmunds Kalnins-Kalnarajs, Lighting Advisor

Artificial lighting is an often underutilised but important aspect of architectural design. The seminar will cover:

 

- Sustainable lighting design in a broad sense Part L lighting regulations and how to use lighting design to meet Part L requirements
- Energy efficient lamp sources and understanding the criteria that effects efficient lighting design; referring to examples from leisure, residential and working environments
- It will enable architects to approach a lighting design with the base knowledge of which using energy efficient light sources to use in conjunction with the principles of good lighting design to comply with current environmental legislation

RIBA Core Curriculum :

- Climate: sustainable architecture
- Compliance: legal, regulatory and statutory frameworks and processes
- Designing and building it: design, construction, technology and engineering

Knowledge level:

General Awareness

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