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REDEFINING HOME FOR A CHANGING SOCIETY
Monday, DECEMBER 7, 2020
8am-noon Eastern Time

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS367-20 - 4 HSW LUs
IDCEC # 113174 - .4 HSW CEUs
 4 HSW CE Credits
 1 barrier-free design credit

 

Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience.

 

 Course Description  

America has changed…and stayed the same. Sometimes the old is new again. But sometimes it is like nothing before. Where we are living, who we are living with and how we are living has recently been impacted by major shifts in our society, our culture and most recently by pandemic. The design for this new reality is shifting too. During this course you will explore different ways that Home is being Redefined in response to the Changes in our Society and how new priorities for safety, wellness and accessibility will be driving residential design in new directions.

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Describe the major cultural influences and changes in American demographics and the impact it is having on residential design.
  • Identify and discuss four new styles of living arrangements and how to design for each.
  • Demonstrate a deeper understanding of accessible design for multigenerational and multifamily design including cognitive impairment.
  • Identify residential client’s new priorities and apply it to their designs.

Instructor   

lynneLynne Wilkinson, RID, NCIDQ, NAHB, is Principal Interior Designer for the firm Draco Designs. Her passion for design developed during 12 years working and traveling abroad in over 150 countries studying and lecturing on the art, architecture, and history of hundreds of cultures. These influences fused with an innate artistic aesthetic and technical abilities allow Lynne to create and oversee unique designs that are as individual as the clients. During her many years as an Interior Designer, Lynne has completed a diverse number of projects in both the residential and commercial fields. Lynne is a licensed Interior Designer in the state of Texas and holds an NCIDQ National Certificate for Interior Design Qualification. She has earned degrees from The Art Institute and The Ohio State University.

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INTERIOR LIGHTING DESIGN FOR ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS
Monday, DECEMBER 21, 2020
1pm-5pm Eastern Time

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS274-20 - 4 HSW LUs
IDCEC # 105385 - .4 HSW CEUs
  4 HSW CE Credits
 1 barrier-free design credit

 


 Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience.

 Course Description  

Join us to learn lighting guidelines and rules of thumb that you can immediately put to use. You will leave with insight about lighting from a professional lighting designer’s perspective. A 1-hour segment will be dedicated to design considerations related to vision (accessibility) and the aging eye. The program is fast paced and lighthearted in style. It is geared towards architects and interior designers professionals, but will equally benefit anyone interested in lighting.

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Identify lighting design principles and lighting applications that meet the demands of users.
  • Identify the design approaches related to sustainable lighting solutions for a range of project types.
  • Identify LED lighting sources with specific regard for their performance characteristics related to sustainable lighting solutions.
  • Summarize the design considerations related to vision (accessibility) and the aging eye and describe lighting strategies for improving the interior environment.

Instructor   

Thompson_PhotoCharles Thompson, founder and Vice President of ARCHILLUME, is a Fellow in the AIA and an interior designer. He is a professional member of the International Association of Lighting Designers, a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society and a LEED Accredited Professional. Being a principal of ARCHILLUME LIGHTING DESIGN, INC. since 1985, Charles has little recollection of what he did before then. Charles' passions include family, travel, photography and Harley-Davidsons.

ADVANCED FLORIDA BUILDING CODE
Monday, DECEMBER 7, 2020
5:30pm-7:30pm Eastern Time

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS318 - 2 HSW LUs
IDCEC # 107413 - .2 HSW CEUs
FL Board of Architecture and Interior Design Course # 9878718
  2 HSW CE Credits

 

 Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience.

 Course Description  

This course presents the significant code changes from the 2014 Florida Building Code to the 2017 Florida Building Code. The course highlights the differences and includes base code changes in the 2015 International Building Code and the Florida specific changes in the Building and Residential volumes.

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, participants will understand the changes made to the 2017 Florida Building Code including but not limited to the requirements of occupancies, height and area, fire protection, fire protection systems, means of egress and wood construction, and elevators.

Instructor   

lynneLynne Wilkinson, RID, NCIDQ, NAHB, is Principal Interior Designer for the firm Draco Designs. Her passion for design developed during 12 years working and traveling abroad in over 150 countries studying and lecturing on the art, architecture, and history of hundreds of cultures. These influences fused with an innate artistic aesthetic and technical abilities allow Lynne to create and oversee unique designs that are as individual as the clients. During her many years as an Interior Designer, Lynne has completed a diverse number of projects in both the residential and commercial fields. Lynne is a licensed Interior Designer in the state of Texas and holds an NCIDQ National Certificate for Interior Design Qualification. She has earned degrees from The Art Institute and The Ohio State University.

NEW METHODS AND MATERIALS: WHAT'S HERE NOW AND WHAT'S NEXT
Tuesday, DECEMBER 8, 2020
8am-noon Eastern Time

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS341-19 - 4 HSW LUs
IDCEC # 109750 - .4 HSW CEUs
 4 HSW CE Credits
 1 sustainable design credit

 

 Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience.

 Course Description  

New construction methods and innovative materials are rapidly changing how and what we can design/build. Join us as we venture into a brave new world where structures are created in a digital world and 3D-printed by robots. See how energy used on site is created from the sun and from people using the space; and how Net Zero Energy buildings are the new mandated reality. Discover how buildings and furnishings are built from resurrected trash and innovative sustainable products. With these new tools, new rules, new methods, and new materials, your designs will be future-ready.

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Explain how new technologies are reshaping design and construction; and how to leverage its use to help solve current challenges.
  • List new technologies that contribute to on-site energy production.
  • Discuss how new methods and materials can be used to design Net Zero Energy buildings.
  • Identify new technologies that are creating high-performance and sustainable materials.

Instructor   

lynneLynne Wilkinson, RID, NCIDQ, NAHB, is Principal Interior Designer for the firm Draco Designs. Her passion for design developed during 12 years working and traveling abroad in over 150 countries studying and lecturing on the art, architecture, and history of hundreds of cultures. These influences fused with an innate artistic aesthetic and technical abilities allow Lynne to create and oversee unique designs that are as individual as the clients. During her many years as an Interior Designer, Lynne has completed a diverse number of projects in both the residential and commercial fields. Lynne is a licensed Interior Designer in the state of Texas and holds an NCIDQ National Certificate for Interior Design Qualification. She has earned degrees from The Art Institute and The Ohio State University.

DESIGNING FOR HAPPINESS
Tuesday, DECEMBER 8, 2020
1Pm-5pm Eastern Time

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS368-20 - 4 HSW LUs
IDCEC # 113175 - .4 HSW CEUs
 4 HSW CE Credits
 1 sustainable design credit

 

 Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience.

 Course Description  

Can the structures and spaces we create actually make people happier? New fields of scientific research are proving that they do. Learn about the newest research that studies how the brain reacts and responds to the world around it and how you can use this information to design spaces that can measurably create a heightened sense of wellbeing, a greater sense of safety and even make people physically and mentally healthier. All of which can improve their Happiness…by Design.

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Identify key areas to create Human Scale Spaces and how those elements can create a sense of safety and wellbeing that can trigger a physiologic response for happiness.
  • Describe and compare the new science-based research fields - Neuroscience, Neuroaesthetics and Architectural Psychology - and how they are being used to determine the brain/body reactions to light, color, sound and even to completely designed and furnished rooms.
  • Analyze key components for Biophilic Design and evaluate Biophilic based casestudies that demonstrate measurable physiologic reactions for happiness from the occupants.
  • Discuss and apply design strategies that can improve the physical wellness and mental wellness of your clients leading to higher satisfaction and happiness levels.

Instructor   

lynneLynne Wilkinson, RID, NCIDQ, NAHB, is Principal Interior Designer for the firm Draco Designs. Her passion for design developed during 12 years working and traveling abroad in over 150 countries studying and lecturing on the art, architecture, and history of hundreds of cultures. These influences fused with an innate artistic aesthetic and technical abilities allow Lynne to create and oversee unique designs that are as individual as the clients. During her many years as an Interior Designer, Lynne has completed a diverse number of projects in both the residential and commercial fields. Lynne is a licensed Interior Designer in the state of Texas and holds an NCIDQ National Certificate for Interior Design Qualification. She has earned degrees from The Art Institute and The Ohio State University.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING DESIGN
Tuesday, DECEMBER 8, 2020
5:30pm-7:30pm Eastern Time

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS374-20 - 2 HSW LUs
IDCEC # 112226 - .2 HSW CEUs
  2 HSW CE Credits

 

 Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience.

 Course Description  

Lighting and controls in the LED world are continuously more challenging for professionals. In addition, there are increasing energy code requirements, increasing local code restrictions, increasing installation costs and the increasing desire for high quality lighting in exterior environments. The demand on the design community is greater than ever. This seminar provides design professionals with valuable knowledge and real world lighting design parameters to improve lighting projects and increased skills for working with lighting professionals.

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Identify how energy codes impact outdoor lighting design applications.
  • Describe how legislative requirements and industry standards affect exterior lighting design.
  • Specify exterior lighting solutions and controls that meet exterior lighting requirements.
  • Understand the dynamic needs of a variety of users and how each may be accommodated with exterior lighting and interior lighting for living plants.

Instructor   

Thompson_PhotoCharles Thompson, founder and Vice President of ARCHILLUME, is a Fellow in the AIA and an interior designer. He is a professional member of the International Association of Lighting Designers, a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society and a LEED Accredited Professional. Being a principal of ARCHILLUME LIGHTING DESIGN, INC. since 1985, Charles has little recollection of what he did before then. Charles' passions include family, travel, photography and Harley-Davidsons.

CHANGE BY DESIGN
Wednesday, DECEMBER 9, 2020
10am-2:30pm Eastern Time*

 Accreditation  

AIA # DAS353, DAS355, DAS356 & DAS358 - 4 HSW LUs
IDCEC # 110660, 110707, 111097 & 111340 - .4 HSW CEUs
  4 HSW CE Credits
 2 sustainable design credits
*30 minute break

 

 Where  

This is a live webinar. Attend from anywhere on any computer (and most mobile devices) with internet access. If you miss the live session, we will send you the recording for you to complete on-demand at your convenience.

 Course Description  

This course addresses four of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) covered in  our Change by Design Series. Discussions will include Community Health and the Built Environment, Urban Livability, Building-Integrated Food Production and Beyond Net-Zero to Positive Energy Buildings, and how the creators of the built world can facilitate these goals. This is a repeat of 4 of the 1-hour Change by Design sessions we have had this year and are included in the Change by Design Series. Please do not register for this course if you are participating in the series. 

 Learning Objectives   

Upon completion, you will be able to:

  • Discuss the UN Sustainable Development Goal for Good Health and Well-Being..
  • Discuss the UN Sustainable Development Goal for Sustainable Cities and Communities.
  • Discuss the UN Sustainable Development Goal for Zero Hunger.
  • Discuss the UN Sustainable Development Goal for Affordable and Clean Energy.

Instructors:   

  • Yasha Ogg; LEED AP ID+C, BD+C; Fitwel Amb; WELL AP; WELL Faculty
  • Lisa K. Waxman, Ph.D.
  • Lynne Wilkinson, RID, NCIDQ, NAHB,

UNLIMITED WEBINAR PASS
2020

Pick and choose from all of our live and on-demand webinars through the end of the year.

 
Attend as many of our live and on-demand webinars as you wish in 2020 to earn as many CE Credits as you need.

 

Upon completion of your order, a code is emailed to you so you can enroll in the on-demand webinars of your choice.