Date(s) - 10/01/2017
9:30 am - 4:15 pm
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Enquiry: CIBSE HK Secretariat, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organised by: CIBSE HK Branch
Since light source technology is advancing rapidly, users work environment have changed considerably, also energy reduction & environmentally friendly design has become an increasingly important factors, there has been a surge of interest in new lighting design approach. The seminar aims to provide the latest best practice for those who have responsibility for lighting design and construction in a building.
This seminar will discuss three latest updated SLL Lighting Guides modules including LG 6: The Exterior Environment, LG 7: Offices, and LG 14: Control of Electric Lighting, and also sharing the design and application experience. Overseas and local experts will present the up-to-date development in lighting design and practical examples with latest idea including intelligent control and sustainable design.
Interest in lighting the exterior environment – in particular, light pollution, energy use and long-term sustainability have become more pertinent than ever. The LG 6 aims to reflect these changes and provide readers with a firm foundation from which to approach exterior lighting design. While the fixed desk remains a central part of office life, tablet and touchscreen computers are now commonplace and allow those occupying office space to move around. The need to accommodate this flexibility has brought significant challenges to lighting designers. The LG 7 now considers how to light office space for flexible use where mobile devices are being used. Luminaire and controls technology is moving quickly and some forms of emerging controls technology have yet to prove themselves and become commonplace in the built environment. The LG14 ‘Control of Electric Lighting’ is the first edition of a wholly new SLL Lighting Guides. It sets out a logical approach for the professional designer to consider the consultation, design, specification, commissioning and handover of a lighting installation incorporating controls.