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Luxury Lighting to Enhance Aging in Place

  • 22 Feb 2022
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Zoom Meeting

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Luxury Lighting to Enhance Aging in Place

We can all relate to spending a significant amount of time in our homes especially after this past 2 years. This has made us realize more than ever how functional and diverse our living spaces need to be. Whether it be a kitchen island that is used for cooking, dining and now a home office, lighting in the home plays a vital role in how we feel and function. It is also the final touch to a great design.

Join me for a 2-hour forward-thinking lighting workshop that will focus on architectural luxury lighting products and how they future proof your design for aging in place. I will provide a demonstration with these products and various options on how and where to use them. Apply what you’ve learned and input them into a design plan with a hands-on lighting layout project.

I look forward to educating you on how luxury lighting can enhance your home's future, function and design to allow you to age in place effectively.

Objectives

1. Learn what defines luxury lighting products.

2. Understand how light impacts aging in place.

3. Learn how to future proof your lighting design.

Presented by:

-Robyn Ferguson – Robyn is an Account Manager/Specification Sales Representative with Nuvo Sales Group and has been in lighting for 17 years, 5 of those years with Nuvo Sales Group. Nuvo Sales, founded by Cathie Hayes, are manufacturer’s agents representing leading lighting products across Western Canada. The agency offers a broad spectrum of lighting solutions for residential, multi-family, commercial, corporate, and hospitality design projects. We are a resource for designers, architects, engineers, lighting specifiers, and showrooms to aid in finding the perfect fixture for every project.
- Jackie Berry - has been in the lighting industry for 14 years, working at Robinson as a sales and business development consultant she enjoys working closely with designers, home builders, and contractors to bring dream projects to life. She has her LS (lighting specialist) designation from the American Lighting Association, and recently completed her AKBD certification through the NKBA. Her passion for design and extensive product knowledge makes her a joy to work with.


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