Registration from 18:00 on 17 March 2020
This technical seminar will be focusing on the latest research and findings relating to visual and non-visual responses to light, considering varying needs, the ageing eye and how to plan lighting in a globally ageing community.
This seminar is open for all to attend but spaces are limited, so please do register early. The topics covered are particularly relevant to lighting designers, building services engineers, architects, interior designers, contractors, and those working for local authorities among others.
Henrik has worked in the lighting sector for almost 30 years, collaborating with architects, interior designers and specialist lighting designers. In 1996 he became the Managing Director of Fagerhult Lighting in Denmark, and held that position until 2004, when he founded the Fagerhult Lighting Academy, based in Copenhagen. Henrik was instrumental in developing a pioneering lighting application software designed to aid custom manufacturing of fixtures, called Easy Light.
Henrik regularly contributes to international conferences, speaking on various issues related to lighting, primarily addressing the human and emotional aspects of light and lighting design. He has guest lectured at various universities across the globe, including the University of Plymouth and Jönköping University in Sweden. Henrik is currently lecturing at Aalborg university in Copenhagen in Lighting Design MSc Class.
His ambition is to act as a catalyst for the cooperation between engineers, designers and architects, which he believes is essential to ensure the best lighting solutions are found.
The lecture is free, but there a booking fee of £20 which will be refunded on attendance, following the event.
This event has been organised by Tony Ownsworth FCIBSE FSLL, the SLL representative for CIBSE Scotland. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com or telephone 0208 772 3685.
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