These two days will take advantage of the KLC Lighting Studio, which is specially designed to show how the different fittings and lamps can achieve many effects.
Suitable for those with some understanding of design principles, but without detailed knowledge of lighting
With energy efficiency being a major part of any design, we have introduced an energy effect light box in our lighting studio. The Light box illustrates the effects of fluorescent, cold cathode and LED light sources, and demonstrates different colour temperatures, their light output and how to control them. With easy to view fittings, the light box clearly shows the size of each light source, its control gear or driver and how it is mounted. This is now particularly important because compliance with Part L of the Building Regulations has become increasingly stringent. Part L requires that energy efficient lighting be used in both domestic (Part L1) and non-domestic (Part L2) buildings. The regulations currently apply to all new buildings and refurbishments. The light box is therefore a useful tool to enable students to see the radical advances in lighting technology.
KLC is the first private design school in the UK to have such a facility for this exciting subject.
Dealing with the basic principles of lighting, the day will encourage the individual to think about lighting at the outset of a project rather than as an addition to a scheme.
There will be studio demonstrations where the different effects can be seen working and an exciting, inspirational lecture will be given showing the different ways the professional lighting designer achieves these effects.
In addition, a practical studio session will cover the principle types of lamps, fittings and controls available to the designer.
This day will examine how to put together a lighting plan, enabling the designer to specify the exact position of each chosen fitting to create the desired effect. The day will include an exercise to design a lighting scheme for a specific space.
Where the CPD logo is indicated, these courses would be valuable in our opinion for Continuing Professional Development
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