ILight Connect Workshop
WORKSHOP TYPE: A practical 1-day architectural and landscape lighting workshop
LOCATION: IMPACT Exhibition & Convention Centre – at pre-selected interior locations near the entrances to Challenger 1 Exhibition Hall.
WORKSHOP LEADER: Dr. Acharawan Chutarat
WORKSHOP STRUCTURE: Participants will learn the lighting design process and then concept, construct and commission their own working lighting installation.
Participants will choose which workshop group they wish to be in: -
Group 1: Facade and Form
Group 2: Exterior Balcony
Group 3: Outdoor Home Garden
Group 4: Outdoor Landscape
A Group Leader (lighting designer) will be assigned to each group to guide and discuss concepts and realise the desired lighting effects at your site.
ITINERARY This 1-day workshop will cover the following topics and timeline: -
After completing the 1-day workshop (incl lectures, installation and commissioning) participants should be able to: -
- Understand the principles of landscape and exterior lighting design.
- Create a conceptual lighting design and revert to a real site.
- Understand technical equipment and applications to achieve the concept.
- Gain practical experience by experimenting with the effects of different lenses, beam patterns, spacing, colour, intensity, and other properties of light on given tasks
First Viewing Time: 17.45 Thursday 10th May 2018 *
Subsequent Viewing Times: 10.00 – 18.00 Friday 11th and Saturday 12th May 2018 (* workshop open for first viewing 15 mins before commencement of LET Networking session in Challenger 1. A video cam to be positioned at each site and provide live feed to a large screen)
WORKSHOP FEE: AS PER LET 2018 WEBSITE
Participants: The “iLight Connect” Workshop will appeal to participants such as: - students, graduates and mature age persons from the lighting design, architecture, landscape architecture, human environmental design, fine arts, graphic arts and other design professions, engineering practices, and all those who wish to know more about designing with light.
Special thanks to We-ef Lighting for providing the lighting equipment and associated controls and cabling for the workshop.