A Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
AIA Huron Valley is pleased to host a lunch and learn focused on light manipulating materials using LED's and panels in resin, glass and terrazzo.
Location: Hobbs and Black Conference Room, NE corner of East Huron and N. State
Parking: public parking on street or in public garages
PPE and Other Gear Required: No special gear.
Continuing Education: This presentation is accredited for 1 LU/HSW continuing education credit. Course No. AEC1056 by Sensitile Systems
Light-manipulating materials use internal channels to capture, bend, scatter, and redirect light and create visually stunning spaces. Panels and slabs in resin, glass, and terrazzo create an experiential surface for privacy screens or signage, primary or accent lighting, countertops or flooring—anywhere the interplay of light and shadow is desired for beauty and inspiration. This course describes the different types of light-manipulating materials and substrates as well as the design and installation options for a wide range of dynamic, unique applications.
Cost: FREE for AIAHV Members, Associate Members and Students, $20 for Non-Members
Presenters: Loren Primeau, Sensitile Systems of Ypsilanti, MI
Lunch will be provided.
Questions? Contact: Theresa Angelini, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please register soon as spaces are limited!