‘How to Select Kitchen and Bath Lighting’ – November 10

Course Description:

It seems simple. Install some lights and you’re done…or maybe not. Lighting comes with a style, a purpose and delivers aesthetic characteristics that all must be considered. In this session, we will look at luminaires from three points of view: aesthetics, function and light characteristics. We will then place those pieces in room settings to show how they can maximize the design and improve the overall usability of the space.

What Will Be Covered:

• Understand the different design characteristics of a variety of lighting fixtures
• Understand the assorted functional characteristics of a variety of lighting fixtures
• Learn the characteristics of light and how they can impact a design and change a space

Learning Objective:

Upon completion of the course, the attendee will understand the various design characteristics of residential interior lighting fixtures, the functional characteristics of a variety of lighting fixtures and the core characteristics of light. Using these three core principals, they can apply that knowledge for use in any residential kitchen or bath design/project, in addition to using the information beyond those two rooms, into the entire home.

Length: 1 Hour (0.1)

Presented by Jeffrey R. Dross from Kichler Lighting

When: November 10th from 5:30-9:00

Where:
Ferguson
770 W. Maple Road
Troy, MI 48084

Cost: $35 for Professionals
Free for Students!

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