On July 11, 2019 from 11:30 am-8pm, IES San Francisco Section's Light! Design Expo returns to Pier 27 on San Francisco's Embarcadero, with its beautiful panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay and waterfront. Light! Design Expo showcases the latest in architectural lighting products, attracts a wide range of design professionals, and is the only architectural lighting products show in Northern California.
In this talk Russell explores his experience of light in buildings and in the camera over a long career of reading and mastering the interplay of light in architectural form. He will discuss differences and similarities between lighting design and architectural photography, lighting buildings, people, and people in buildings.
Please join us for free food & libations and some casual networking. Learn about Electrolight’s latest projects, meet the team, and tour the studio. Enter raffle for 1 year IES Membership!
This year we gather for fun, networking & urban tribal rituals at SF’s hot new spot in Dogpatch- 251 Rhode Island St.
This seminar looks at case studies of successful integrated design where interior designers and lighting designers have collaborated fully to maximize the interactive effects of interior surfaces, finishes and colors to create beautiful, elegant environments.
A new generation of talent emerges…Brandon Thrasher, Toby Lewis, Yue Zhao, Neha Sivaprasad, Kera Lagios, Galen Barrel. Lighting is more driven, diverse, collaborative, curious, global, tech-savvy, and passionate than ever.
The second of two Master Series programs in our 2017-2018 season, IES San Francisco Section is proud to present Master Lighting Designer Randall Whitehead. In this session, Randall shows how LEDs are ready for prime time in the most demanding applications - residential kitchens and baths, and despite some quality issues in the past now give us more creative freedom than ever before to deliver beautiful light in our homes.
IES SF Section's SF*LUX Lumen Excellence Awards recognizes excellence in architectural lighting design and the local professionals who work to further our field. If you have a lighting project that was completed between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2017, it is eligible to be submitted.
Tunable light sources are now widely available, but how can we use them most effectively? Charles Knuffke of Legrand and Cy Eaton of Lumenetix will show you how to design, specify, and commission installations with tunable lighting and controls in a way that's specifier-friendly.
Learn how bandwidth specific LED light sources that accurately reveal blood saturation and concentration status through human skin are an untapped non-pharmaceutical intervention that can save lives while stopping a worldwide killer in its tracks.
As the first of two Master Series programs in our 2017-2018 season, IES San Francisco Section is proud to present Enrique Peiniger, principal of the firm Office for Visual Interaction (OVI), an internationally acclaimed lighting design studio based in New York City, and one of the most innovative firms practicing lighting today.
This program will provide an in-depth look at emerging technologies that are being combined and connected and will chart the path to the future of Lighting, Power, IoT, the grid, and all the devices and applications that connect to it.