The IESLA and SoCal IALD are proud to announce a 5-part series for lighting REVIT users. These lighting community events are interactive and will feature conversations about how lighting design and engineering firms are using REVIT. All are welcome and encouraged to share their questions and solutions.
In our first event we will explore LAYING THE GROUND WORK for a successful project and discuss:
- What questions to ask clients when developing a proposal?
- LOD (Level of Detail) terminology and it’s challenges and limitations.
- What questions and items to review with your team before you setup your project in REVIT?
- How you continue to remain creative and nimble as a designer / engineer and not let the specificity of documentation requirements bog you down?
- Your thoughts, questions, challenges, and successes with REVIT!
Michelle Murray is an architectural lighting designer at HLB Lighting design in Culver City. She has an undergraduate degree in Interior Design and has been working as a lighting designer for 8 years. She is part of the Revit Team at HLB.
Travis Fritson is a project manager and electrical + lighting designer for Henderson Engineers in DTLA. He has a Bachelor’s in Architectural Engineering from Kansas State University, recently received his LC, and has been working in the industry for 8 years. Travis is actively managing and designing within several projects in Revit, while overseeing up to 8 engineering/lighting disciplines within them. He’s usually the loudest one in the room, far too many people know what his singing voice sounds like, and he’s on an unceasing mission to prove engineers aren’t as boring as they seem like they are.
Kate Furst is a Principal Lighting Designer at Visual Terrain. She has a Master of Fine Arts in Lighting Design from the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music. She has been working in the lighting industry for more than 17 years on a wide variety of projects. She is a member of the iES BIM Technical Committee developing lighting industry BIM standards.
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM PDT
This is an online event.
Louis Poulsen is proud to be a sponsor for the IESLA / SoCal IALD REVIT Lighting Users Group Sessions. Louis Poulsen will raffle off a Scandinavian design gift at the end of each of the 5 sessions.
Scandinavian design gifts to include: The Dansk Design book by Thomas Dickson, Scandinavian Home: A Comprehensive Guide to Midcentury Modern Scandinavian Designers by Elizabeth Wilhide, The Little Book of Hygge by Meik Wiking, and a very special edition of the Louis Poulsen Panthella Portable Table Lamp designed by Verner Panton.