Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Daylighting Design and Controls: a site visit to the NYSID Graduate Center
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Join us as we close out the 2010-2011 IESNYC Programming year with a site visit to the New York School of Interior Design Graduate Center. Learn how an advanced lighting controls system was implemented to create an energy efficient design and provide data necessary for effective daylight harvesting and energy savings. The use of lighting controls was an important component in the achievement of the Graduate Center’s LEED Gold rating. Join us that evening as we experience, first hand, the building’s transition from daylight to evening.
Speaker: Burr Rutledge, HDLC Architectural Lighting Design and NYSID faculty
Burr Rutledge is a key member of the Hillmann Dibernardo Leiter Castelli project team with over twelve years of experience in lighting and design and architectural research. Burr applies effective and efficient uses of light to enhance the built environment on a wide variety of projects. He is currently serving on the Energy & Sustainability Committee for the IALD and makes regular contributions to energy codes across the country. His early research work on energy savings from lighting controls and daylighting opportunities in office environments is still cited to this day by contemporary researchers and code-writing bodies.
Location: New York School of Interior Design, Graduate Center, 401 Park Avenue South, 3rd Floor @ 28th Street
The nearest subway is the 6 train at 28th Street
Date: Tuesday, May 10th
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Light refreshments will be provided.
Please register ONLINE by Friday, May 6th. Pre-registration is strongly recommended. Space is limited. Walk-ins will be charged the full non-member price.
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