Residential Design with Motorized Shading Solutions
LUNCH AND LEARN – SAVE THE DATE
This is a one hour AIA and IDCEC Continuing Education Seminar.
You will learn about the importance of the need for residential shading. You will also gain a better understanding of the differences between motorized and manual shading, the importance of fabric characteristics and how it plays into the performance of shading fabric, and discover how automated shading systems contribute maximizing daylighting.
Length: 1 Hour
Credits: 1 LU
HSW (Health Safety Welfare): Yes
SD (Sustainable Design): Yes
By the end of this lecture the attendee will:
- Become familiar with the benefits of using motorized shades.
- Be able to explain the conducive design to motorized shades including types of shades and fabric basics.
- Be able to convey the best ways to conceal shades.
- Be able to define how to integrate lighting and shading including maximized daylight and energy efficiency.
When: Wednesday, August 26th-11 AM until 1 PM
10:45 a.m. – check-in
11-12-COURSE– CEU Course
12-1 Lunch & Networking (Lunch provided by Kiwi)
1:00 p.m. end
Where: Kiwi Audio Visual
1950 Kellogg Avenue
Carlsbad, CA 92008 Map of Location *near Palomar Airport Cost: It’s free.