Creative Lighting Design

Overview

Be introduced to the impact of light and architecture. Focus is on the art of lighting to create exciting, vibrant and functional environments. Explore lighting demands for interiors, commercial, urban, retail and domestic projects. Learn the underpinning principles of lighting technology including basic electrical terminology, colour theory and lighting techniques and terms with an introduction to AS1680 Australian Standards for Lighting and BCA Part J6 relative to energy limitation in lighting design. The course will also teach students how to present lighting concepts.

Course content

The course covers the CREATIVE approach to lighting for maximum visual impact in a commercially and environmentally responsible way.

  • Visual impact of the built environment
  • Key principles of lighting
  • Interaction of light and architecture
  • Interior and exterior projects;
    • small domestic
    • larger urban
    • commercial
  • Introduction to AS1680 Australian Standards for Lighting and the Building Code of Australia’s energy requirement
  • How to better understand the technical details provided by manufacturers and the like

Ideal for

This course is designed for people who wish to better understand the visual environment. Anybody who wants to make their environment feel more comfortable and appropriate for their use. Typically students come from the following backgrounds. DYI, Interior Decoration. Electricians Architects, electrical wholesalers and lighting reps as well as Engineers and Lighting Designers

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Outcome

Participants will have an understanding of the language and technology of lighting design and be able to communicate with those in the industry successfully. Where appropriate students will be given "hands on" experiences and will better understand: how to think in 3 dimensions, understand the key principals of lighting design, grasp the concept of the interaction of light and architecture, and be able to present their concepts in a clear and concise manner.

Pre-requisites

The only prerequisite is an understanding of the basic Microsoft Office suite and passion to understand more about light and its impact on our daily lives.

Materials supplied

All relevant course materials are included.

Materials to bring

  • Pens
  • Paper
  • USB sticks
  • Camera
  • Access to a computer out of class hours

Award

Participants will be awarded an RMIT Statement of Participation.

Additional notes

David Bird


“Light gives life: we think using light, we dream using light and our emotions are influenced by light”
One of the founding Directors 2B Designed. A designer for 27 years who is passionate about light, its relationship with architecture and its effects on our well-being and as the key element in creating atmosphere in the built form and transforming the way we perceive our surroundings. Lighting solutions cannot be designed in isolation, rather they must be developed in concert with the architecture. He has been widely recognised by his peers for his excellence.

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Available course dates

Thursday 18 July 2019

  • Code S320125
  • Start date 18.07.19
  • End date 10.10.19
  • Hours 36
  • Campus Carlton
  • Fee $680.00
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Session  Start  End Hours
Thu 18.07.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 25.07.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 01.08.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 15.08.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 22.08.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 29.08.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 05.09.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 12.09.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 19.09.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 26.09.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 03.10.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00
Thu 10.10.19 06:00pm 09:00pm 3.00

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