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Wednesday, September 14
 

8:00am CDT

NAILD Members Annual Convention

NAILD is pleased to announce the confirmation of their upcoming annual convention,
which will take place in Dallas, TX in conjunction with the second annual ArchLIGHT Summit
from September 13th, to September 16th, 2022.

Attendance will provide NAILD members with opportunities to network with other
lighting professionals, participate in pertinent group discussions, and receive continuing
education credits. Members will convene to set the priorities of the association, and vendors will
have the opportunity to showcase their organizations to a wide audience including NAILD
distributors and other attendees of the ArchLIGHT Summit.

Following exclusive NAILD-specific events on the 13th and 14th, members will have full
access to ArchLIGHT Summit events and programming on the 15th and 16th, including a
variety of educational sessions covering a wide array of lighting topics.

More details to be released regarding registration and lodging by the end of the month.
Should you have any questions regarding NAILD membership or attending the 2022
convention, please send an email to info@naild.org.


Sponsors
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NAILD

NAILD is a national, nonprofit trade association driving lighting innovation through networking and education.Since 1977 our mission has been to provide our members with tools, resources and opportunities to grow their businesses profitably.



Wednesday September 14, 2022 8:00am - 4:00pm CDT
The SMART Center, Trade Mart 4826

6:00pm CDT

WILD Welcome Party!

Women in Lighting + Design (WILD) welcome everyone to ArchLight Summit with this special pre-show reception open to all participants (attendees, exhibitors, agents, sponsors and more). Catch a spectacular view of downtown Big D from the top floor of the World Trade Center while enjoying food, drink and networking with your peers. Pre-register to reserve your drink tickets for this not-to-be-missed kickoff!



Sponsors
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Women in Lighting + Design

WILD announces an Association Partnership with the ArchLIGHT Summit in Dallas, TX in September 2022! We are working with the Advisory Board to make this Summit “boldly different and actively inclusive”. Thank you to the ArchLIGHT Summit for including us, and for being committed to inclusiveness and a diversity of speakers and presenters.Save the Date for our Wednesday, Sept 14th Welcoming Night Party! andour Friday, Sept 16th Networking Breakfast & Breakout SessionOur mission is to provide all Women in lighting... Read More →



Wednesday September 14, 2022 6:00pm - 9:00pm CDT
D15TRICT Lounge – World Trade Center 15th floor
 
Thursday, September 15
 

7:30am CDT

Registration Desk Opens
Thursday September 15, 2022 7:30am - 6:00pm CDT
Trade Mart Lobby

8:00am CDT

European Essence Makes Its Way to "Buy American": WELL Building Standard Innovation Tools

Every designer being an architect, engineer, interior designer or lighting expert has sometime faced the dilemma of considering the intention of somehow merging aesthetic styles from different geographies of the world in order to create a richer and rejuvenated built environment. This initiative leads us to countless very discouraging scenarios in some cases: impenetrable local technical regulations and standards, markets without incentives, exorbitant costs, reluctance to the unknown and to trying new alternatives. How to ensure that all these situations make us less intimidated and daring to go down perhaps unusual paths that will result in better quality outcomes? These will surely put the client and the project in a higher stage of satisfaction. In this seminar we will analyze different perspectives to promote the exchange of thoughts and opinions that are feasible to carry out and that will take us to the next level of hierarchy of the human being. We will understand how to feel at home with atmospheres from across the pond.

Panelists to include:
Chris Morrison, FAIA, LEED-AP BD+C, Principal, Managing Director, Perkins & Will Washington DC
Susana Babic, Assoc. AIA, IESNA, LEED AP, APDI, US Specification Director, BPM Lighting
(Via ZOOM) - Joseph O'Neill, President / Chief Technical Officer, Wilger Liaison

Speakers
avatar for Chris Morrison

Chris Morrison

FAIA, NCARB, LEED® AP BD+C Managing Director, Principal, Perkins & Will
Chris Morrison FAIA leads the 75-person, Perkins&Will Washington, DC studio. He has more than 30 years of experience in architecture, historic preservation, sustainability, adaptive reuse and planning. Chris is deeply committed to environmental sustainability in design practice, serving... Read More →
avatar for Joseph O'Neill

Joseph O'Neill

President, Chief Technical Officer, Wilger Liaison, Wilger Testing
Joseph O’Neill, serves as the President and Chief Technical Officer of Wilger Testing Co., Inc., a consulting firm and accredited third-party UL/CSA/ETL compliance testing laboratory which has served the lighting industry for over 40 years. Joseph has more than 32 years’ experience... Read More →
avatar for Susana Babic

Susana Babic

Assoc. AIA, IESNA, LEED AP, APDI, US Specification Director, BPM Lighting, Zoom Speaker, BPM Lighting
Susana is a lighting architect with international background in sustainability and wellness. Her practice focused on architectural specification within international markets as representative of European manufacturers in the US and South America for the past 30 years. She holds a... Read More →


Thursday September 15, 2022 8:00am - 9:00am CDT
The SMART Center, Trade Mart 4826

8:00am CDT

Hossley EXPO VIP Tours
Join Hossley Lighting and Power Solutions in a special VIP Tour of the lines we represent BEFORE the show floor opens to the public.

Aluz
Amerlux
ANP Lighting
Assurance Lighting
Casambi
CSL Lighting
Encelium
Energy Focus
FC Lighting
Insight Lighting
Legrand Wattstopper
Lumenwerx
Magnitude Lighting
Pinnacle
Vision3 Lighting
AFX
Kurt Versen
KIM Lighting
NX Distributed Intelligence
  • Contact Hossley for an invitation to their VIP Tour

Sponsors
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Hossley Lighting and Power Solutions

Click herefor more exhibitor information and product detailsAFXALUZAmerluxANP LightingAssurance Emergency LightingCasambiCSL LightingEnceliumEnergy FocusFC LightingInsight Lighting Kim LightingKurt VersenLEDConnLeGrand Lumenwerx Magnitude LightingNX Distributed IntegPinnacle Vision3 Lighting... Read More →



Thursday September 15, 2022 8:00am - 9:00am CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

8:00am CDT

NexGen EXPO VIP Tours
Join NexGen Lighting in a special VIP Tour of the lines we represent BEFORE the show floor opens to the public.


  • The L.C. Doane Company 
  • Beulux 
  • NLS Lighting 
  • Perfect Power Systems
  • SloanLED
  • LANTANA


Sponsors
avatar for NexGen Lighting Solutions

NexGen Lighting Solutions

BeuluxNLS Lighting Perfect Power SystemsPrecise LEDSloanLED


Thursday September 15, 2022 8:00am - 9:00am CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

8:30am CDT

SHOWROOM TOUR - Sonneman, A Way of Light

Join Sonneman at their beautiful showroom on Trade Mart 4804 for a custom guided tour of their unique showroom.

Exhibitors
Sponsors
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Sonneman

SONNEMAN RELAXATION STATIONBe sure to stop by the beautiful Sonneman Showroom #4804 in between your CEU sessions for a beverage or snack or to simply say "Hello".Refuel, Refresh and Relax compliments of Sonneman.



Thursday September 15, 2022 8:30am - 9:30am CDT
Sonneman - A Way of Light, Trade Mart 4804

9:00am CDT

Read (Hidden) Emotions- The Science Behind a New Skill

Gain access to information about others which you’ve never before known.

It is important to know what someone is thinking and feeling when your goal is to build constructive relationships through leading, coaching, selling or hiring. People often attempt to suppress their emotions. But there is “leakage,” known as micro expressions, which occur in 1/5th of a second. In this unique and highly interactive communication program, you will experience a special video tool and hands-on coaching to help you increase Emotional Intelligence, as you learn to spot these emotions.

These potent skills are based on 40+ years of research by Dr. Paul Ekman. In the past, training has been kept to law enforcement and security firms. Organizations who use these detection skills across the globe include the Interpol, CIA, FBI, TSA, Scotland Yard, Emirates Airlines and more. Hollywood embraced this when Lord of the Rings won the Academy Award for Visual Effects using the science.

This elite training has been re-designed so business professionals can adopt these potent techniques and leave this experience enabled to better manage the feelings of others. Whether you lead, sell, coach or hire, you can see an increase in your EQ, influence and communication skills.

Speakers
avatar for Dan Seidman

Dan Seidman

Managing Director, Read Emotions
Dan Seidman, Managing Director of Read Emotions and certified Dr. Paul Ekman behavior analyst.My mission is to give people access to information about others, which has never before been known - what they are thinking and feeling. It’s important to know this when you’re trying... Read More →


Thursday September 15, 2022 9:00am - 10:30am CDT
Trade Mart 4 Loft 4

9:00am CDT

Luminance Tools

Most people design lighting systems to meet illuminance recommendations, but what we actually see is determined by luminance.  Join in on this lively hands-on workshop to learn more about the difference between illuminance and luminance, the devices for measuring these quantities, and, taking advantage of the conference venue, actually measuring the illuminance and luminance of various lighting systems and spaces for comparison with your visual experiences.  You’ll also go home with a luminance measuring app for your cell phone or tablet that will enable you to take luminance measurements on your own to further explore the lighting of your everyday environments and commission your lighting projects.

Speakers
avatar for Craig A Bernecker

Craig A Bernecker

Ph.D., FIESNA, LC, Professor of Lighting Design, The Lighting Education Institute/Parsons School of Design
Dr. Bernecker has been a lighting educator for over 40years. He is founder of The Lighting Education Institute, providing professional education, and Professor of Lighting Design and Director of the Masters of Fine Arts in Lighting Design program at Parsons School of Design, The New... Read More →


Thursday September 15, 2022 9:00am - 10:30am CDT
Trade Mart 4814

9:00am CDT

Sonneman Relaxation Station
Be sure to stop by Sonneman's Relaxation Station in between our AIA Sessions for a quick drink, snack or to simply "recharge" your battery.  The Sonneman team welcomes you to enjoy their hospitality during ArchLIGHT Summit.

Hours:
Thursday - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm


Showroom located in Trade Mart 4804



Thursday September 15, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm CDT
Sonneman - A Way of Light, Trade Mart 4804

9:00am CDT

ArchLIGHT Summit Expo
All Exhibitors can be found centrally located on the ground floor of Trade Mart 1


Thursday September 15, 2022 9:00am - 6:00pm CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

9:30am CDT

DOCENT TOUR - Landscape Lighting with Jan Moyer

Landscape lighting expert and ArchLIGHT Summit featured speaker, Janet Moyer, will lead a small group of participants on a guided tour of selected manufacturers with the focus on learning more about lighting options within "Landscape Lighting".

Docent Tours will meet at the KOI pond on the first floor of the Trade Mart - 10 minutes - prior to the Tour start time. Participation is by advanced reservation. 




Thursday September 15, 2022 9:30am - 10:30am CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

10:00am CDT

Control Intent Narratives and Sequences of Operation: Tools for Successful Lighting Control Specification

Current lighting design practice requires designers to consider both the visual environment they are creating and to delve into the operational characteristics of the systems being installed. Designers need to be able to articulate their vision of how the systems they design will work and how they will interact with adjacent building systems. Increasing stringency in energy codes has contributed to this trend and design teams now often find themselves faced with questions of how to create a level of interoperability that was not so commonplace in the recent past.

Fortunately, the tools exist to articulate both the designer’s intent and the specific steps required to achieve that intent. By examining the development process behind the Control Intent Narrative and the Sequence of Operations, this course will provide a look at the steps for assembling these documents and specific examples of language that is both clear and contractually enforceable.

Speakers
avatar for Shoshanna Segal

Shoshanna Segal

CLD, IALD, LEED AP, Senior Designer, Hartranft Lighting Design
Shoshanna Segal is currently serving as the President-Elect of the New York City Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) and is an active member of the Lighting Controls Technical Committee which develops nationally recognized standards for lighting control. She is a... Read More →


Thursday September 15, 2022 10:00am - 11:00am CDT
The SMART Center, Trade Mart 4826
  Lighting

11:00am CDT

“Evolving Agencies” - A lively conversation about the true value of lighting agents historically… now… and in the future.

Panel discussion led by American Association of Independent Lighting Agents (AAILA)
A lively conversation about the true value of lighting agents historically… now… and in the future.

Moderated by: Billy Hodges, Founder, President Digital Filaments

Panelists:
  • Mike Hamilton - VisionZ, Inc.
  • Sarah Dennie - Lighting Solutions, inc.
  • Jonathan Ayala - The Lighting Exchange

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Ayala

Jonathan Ayala

Co-Founder & Principal at Your Lighting Brand & The Lighting Exchange, Your Lighting Brand
As a co-founder of a highly innovative marketing, technology, and communications companies dedicated to the lighting industry, Jonathan has pioneered unique solutions and platforms for communications, sales solutions, and education, including The Lighting Exchange, Exergent, The Continuing... Read More →
avatar for AAiLA

AAiLA

AAILA is a collaborative industry forum that aims to strengthen the capabilities and professionalism of independent lighting agents while also enhancing their connectivity to lighting and controls manufacturers. Founded in 2021, AAILA is a 501c6 member led professional organizati... Read More →
avatar for Billy Hodges

Billy Hodges

CoFounder, AAILA
avatar for Mike Hamilton

Mike Hamilton

Principal, Visionz Inc.
A Canadian with over 24 years in the lighting industry, Mike Hamilton’s experience in the lighting specification community in Ontario is extensive, having been apart of the 12V LED lighting market, from its inception. Mike has lead national sales teams and participated in their... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Dennie

Sarah Dennie

Principal, Lighting Solutions
Sarah Dennie, LC, LEED AP is a Principal at Lighting Solutions, Inc. in Philadelphia. As one of the owners of the 40-person strong sales agency, Sarah leads their specification team promoting their line card of products with Cooper Lighting Solutions being their anchor. Sarah is a... Read More →



Thursday September 15, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Trade Mart 4 Loft 4

11:30am CDT

DOCENT TOUR - Commercial Interior Lighting with Kelly Roberts

Commercial Interior Lighting tour with ArchLIGHT Summit board member and distinguished lighting designer and Edison Reports "Person of the Year" Kelly Roberts, will lead a small group of participants on a guided tour of selected manufacturers with the focus on learning more about lighting options within "Commercial Interior Lighting".

Docent Tours will meet at the KOI pond on the first floor of the Trade Mart - 10 minutes - prior to the Tour start time. Participation is by advanced reservation.



Advisory Board Members
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Kelly Roberts

Studio Director, WALD Studio


Thursday September 15, 2022 11:30am - 12:30pm CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

11:30am CDT

How Lone Star Architecture Is Setting Directions in Design - ARCHITECT Magazine Panel Discussion

ARCHITECT magazine's own Paul Makovsky, Editor in Chief, will be moderating an innovative panel of Texas-based architects examining "How Lone Star Architecture Is Setting Directions in Design”.

Texas is enjoying the largest state population growth in the country, with a tandem boom in construction and renovation turning attention to the Lone Star State. ARCHITECT Editor-in-Chief Paul Makovsky moderates a panel of three industry leaders from firms representing major Texas cities about the latest projects and untapped property opportunities across the state. Themes range from architecture and design at all scales, from adaptive reuse in a downtown high-rise that radically activated a city block; to hospitality projects creating placemaking in small towns by drawing upon local vernacular and history; as well as how lighting can enhance projects. Learn how urban planning, innovative interiors and design process are transforming Texas architecture into a unique model for the rest of the country.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
  • Learning about the latest developments in architecture and untapped property opportunities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex from local AIA chapter leadership.
  • Understanding adaptive reuse and transformative reactivation of downtown areas through a case study of the Indeed Tower in Austin, a high-rise incorporating an existing former post office building.
  • Using a series of small, budget-friendly hotels in small towns to illustrate opportunities for placemaking via engaging hospitality environments that play off of local themes.
  • Applying examples of today’s Texas architecture to the broader context of trends in architecture throughout the rest of the United States. 

Speakers
avatar for Paul Makovsky

Paul Makovsky

Editor-in-Chief, ARCHITECT
Paul Makovsky is a veteran architecture and design journalist and editor who serves as the Editor-in-Chief for ARCHITECT, the Journal of The American Institute of Architects. Prior to this role, Makovsky was a consultant of product development and strategic content for multiple architectural... Read More →
avatar for Chris Evans

Chris Evans

Associate Principal, Design Director, Rottet Studio
Chris Evans is an Associate Principal at Rottet Studio with more than 15 years of interior architecture and design experience spread over a variety of commercial and hospitality projects. Recognized for his diversified strengths, Mr. Evans plays a valuable role in all aspects of the... Read More →
avatar for Kris Walsh

Kris Walsh

IIDA, LEED AP, Principal / Interior Design Director, Page
Kris Walsh is an award-winning interior designer, and Design Director at Page with a career that spans coast to coast. She has led multiple studios across Page offices, and currently leads the Interiors Studio at Page in Dallas. Her passion and extensive expertise include a variety... Read More →
avatar for Ben Crawford

Ben Crawford

AIA, LEED AP, Senior Principal, Design, HOK
Ben applies nearly three decades of practice leading the Dallas design studio. His portfolio includes corporate campuses and urban mixed-use development, as well as healthcare, aviation, institutional, and hospitality projects. Ben utilizes perspective gained from these experiences... Read More →

Sponsors


Thursday September 15, 2022 11:30am - 12:30pm CDT
The SMART Center, Trade Mart 4826

12:00pm CDT

ArchLIGHT Summit LUNCH
Thursday September 15, 2022 12:00pm - 2:00pm CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

12:30pm CDT

Designing with TM-30

IES TM-30 has been available since 2015 and has been subjected to rigorous review experimentation. It is now an American National Standard (ANSI) document, and the underlying calculation framework is shared with CIE 224:2017. TM-30. It is now used to specify light source color rendition in the WELL Building Standard, the United State Department of Defense Unified Facilities Criteria for Medical Facilities, and the DLC Performance Standard v5.0. The one initial limitation to broader TM-30 adoption was that the IES has not provided any official recommendations on how the method should be used to specify color rendition. Such guidance is now provided in Annex E, which is the focus of this presentation.

This presentation will explain how specifiers can use ANSI/IES TM-30 Recommendation for Specifying Light Source Color Rendition and the color rendering specifications found in Annex E. Annex E provides specifiers with a system that is easy to understand and use, which helps make TM-30 the specifier's primary color rendering framework. The presentation will review the Design Intents of Preference, Vividness, and Fidelity at all three Priority Levels and will include a demonstration of light sources that fall into each category. The focus will be on selecting appropriate criteria for various applications and on TM-30 related deliverables at each phase of the design process. Live demonstration will be provided.




Speakers
avatar for Jason Livingston

Jason Livingston

IALD, IES, LC, Theatre Consultants + Lighting Designers, Studio T+L, LLC
Jason Livingston is the principal of Studio T+L, which has dual specialties of architectural lighting design and theatre planning and design. His lighting portfolio includes offices, houses of worship, restaurants, interactive experiences, visitors centers, galleries, and performing... Read More →
avatar for Tony Esposito

Tony Esposito

Founder and Head Research Scientist, Lighting Research Solutions LLC
Tony is the Founder and Head Research Scientist of Lighting Research Solutions, a lighting consultancy providing services in research, education, and development. Tony holds a doctorate in Architectural Engineering from Penn State University with a minor in statistics. His specialties... Read More →



Thursday September 15, 2022 12:30pm - 2:00pm CDT
Trade Mart 4814

1:30pm CDT

DOCENT TOUR - Playing with Color with Andrea Hartranft

Playing with Color Lighting tour with ArchLIGHT Summit board member and distinguished lighting designer, Andrea Hartrandft, will lead a small group of participants on a guided tour of selected manufacturers with the focus on learning more about lighting options within "Playing with Color Lighting".

Docent Tours will meet at the KOI pond on the first floor of the Trade Mart - 10 minutes - prior to the Tour start time. Participation is by advanced reservation.




Thursday September 15, 2022 1:30pm - 2:30pm CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

1:30pm CDT

The Effectiveness of Integrating Germicidal UV with Architectural Lighting in Real Spaces

Germicidal ultraviolet radiation (GUV) has been shown to be effective at controlling bacteria and viruses, including the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, in laboratory tests and analytical simulations. More recently, researchers have begun room scale experiments and verification of computer simulations to advance the design and adoption of GUV into standard building practice in efforts to curb airborne transmission of disease in enclosed spaces. Concurrently, manufacturers of architectural lighting systems have developed GUV devices that allow GUV installations to occur seamlessly in concert with or integrated into architectural luminaires.

This presentation explores the effectiveness of the application of germicidal ultraviolet radiation in a real space, particularly in treating aerosolized bacteria and viruses. It reports on an installation of four commercially available architecturally-integrated GUV systems installed in a classroom on the Parsons/New School campus. For each installation, measurements were conducted of the amount and spectrum of UV-C at multiple locations throughout the room, as well as measurements of the ability of the GUV generated by these installations to deactivate a surrogate for the coronavirus. The measured data are compared with analyses of the same space through computer simulation in order to determine the effectiveness of such simulations in predicting the efficacy of GUV installations.

Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of upper room GUV systems for disinfecting room air and their effectiveness in mitigating the transmission of airborne diseases in enclosed spaces. Attendees will also learn how lighting designers can integrate GUV technology into their designs and confidently predict results so as to deliver effective, safe, non-intrusive, and attractive solutions for creating healthy spaces.

Speakers
avatar for Craig A Bernecker

Craig A Bernecker

Ph.D., FIESNA, LC, Professor of Lighting Design, The Lighting Education Institute/Parsons School of Design
Dr. Bernecker has been a lighting educator for over 40years. He is founder of The Lighting Education Institute, providing professional education, and Professor of Lighting Design and Director of the Masters of Fine Arts in Lighting Design program at Parsons School of Design, The New... Read More →
avatar for Dave Pfund

Dave Pfund

Senior Vice President Research and Product Management, The Lighting Quotient
Dave Pfund is an innovation-driven lighting industry thought leader focused on technologies that advance personal wellbeing and sustainable building initiatives. He is passionate about lighting science, biological and psychological responses to light, and related health impacts. Dave... Read More →


Thursday September 15, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm CDT
Trade Mart 4 Loft 4

2:00pm CDT

Deciphering The Language of Landscape Lighting

It gets dark every night. We have the opportunity, some would say the responsibility to reveal some of the planet, the neighborhood, the property for our clients to enjoy. In a LD&A February 2021 David Warfel started a conversation we all need to continue about what he calls ‘The gift of light’. We lose daylight every day and we have the ability to create space that people can feel comfortable in and continue our connection with others and our neighborhoods. 


Speakers
avatar for Janet Lennox Moyer

Janet Lennox Moyer

FIALD, AOLP, COLD, 2018 Trailblazer & Icon, 2017 Michigan Lighting Hall of Fame, Landscape Lighting Resource Corporation
Jan began her lighting design career in 1976, working on many diverse projects, from the Defense Intelligence Agency’s first home in Washington, DC to winery caves, entertainment gardens, and botanical gardens. She began specializing in landscape lighting in the mid-1980s and wrote... Read More →


Thursday September 15, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm CDT
The SMART Center, Trade Mart 4826

2:15pm CDT

NAILD Members EXPO VIP Tours
As a member of NAILD, you'll be able to join a special VIP Tour of the lines that are representing NAILD BEFORE the show floor opens to the public.


Thursday September 15, 2022 2:15pm - 3:15pm CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

3:00pm CDT

DOCENT TOUR - High End Residential Lighting with Michael Bauer

High End Residential Lighting tour with Vice President of Home & Design at Dallas Market Center - Michael Bauer will lead a small group of participants on a guided tour of selected manufacturers with the focus on learning more about lighting options within "High End Residential" settings.

Docent Tours will meet at the KOI pond on the first floor of the Trade Mart - 10 minutes - prior to the Tour start time. Participation is by advanced reservation.



Speakers
avatar for Michael Bauer

Michael Bauer

Vice President, Home & Design, Dallas Market Center
Born and raised in Houston, Texas, interior design has been a consistent theme since Michael Bauer can remember. Bauer now brings his deep-rooted passion for the design community and home industry to his work at Dallas Market Center where he is the Vice President of Home & Design... Read More →



Thursday September 15, 2022 3:00pm - 4:00pm CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

3:30pm CDT

Foster a Safe Inclusive Environment for LGBTQIA+ People

Looking at the lighting industry as a whole, LGBTQIA+ people are underrepresented as compared to the general population.  It's especially bad for trans and non-binary people.  We will examine the state of queer representation in different sectors of the industry, explore the factors contributing to these conditions, and discuss ideas and strategies for making businesses and organizations in the lighting world more inclusive.

Speakers
avatar for Alana Shepherd

Alana Shepherd

Principal, Intangible Light
Alana Shepherd is the founding principal of Intangible Light, an architectural and theatrical design firm located in Spokane, Washington. She has a MFA in Lighting Design from Carnegie Mellon University and a BA in Theatre from Eastern Washington University. Before returning to her... Read More →


Thursday September 15, 2022 3:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
Trade Mart 4 Loft 4

4:00pm CDT

Demystifying Dynamic Lighting

Where architectural lighting and entertainment lighting collide is often called Architainment, with a focus on Dynamic Lighting covering RGBX, Tunable White, and controls like DMX and DALI. While destinations like Vegas and Dubai have mastered the art of Architainment and Dynamic Lighting, the trend is quickly growing in other places as well. Yet there is often confusion around how these systems work, leading to shelving or cancelling Dynamic Lighting from a project, or worse, failures at time of installation. We will review the most important rules, guidelines, and best practices required to successfully complete a Dynamic Lighting project.

Speakers
avatar for Amy D Lux

Amy D Lux

Dynamic Lighting Consultant, LoboLux
Amy D Lux is a Multidisciplinary Designer and Dynamic Consultant with a background in theatrical & architainment lighting and controls for immersive experiences and the built environment. Her technical knowledge spans from design development to programming, wiring, and installation... Read More →


Thursday September 15, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm CDT
The SMART Center, Trade Mart 4826

4:00pm CDT

Designing with TM-30

IES TM-30 has been available since 2015 and has been subjected to rigorous review experimentation. It is now an American National Standard (ANSI) document, and the underlying calculation framework is shared with CIE 224:2017. TM-30. It is now used to specify light source color rendition in the WELL Building Standard, the United State Department of Defense Unified Facilities Criteria for Medical Facilities, and the DLC Performance Standard v5.0. The one initial limitation to broader TM-30 adoption was that the IES has not provided any official recommendations on how the method should be used to specify color rendition. Such guidance is now provided in Annex E, which is the focus of this presentation.

This presentation will explain how specifiers can use ANSI/IES TM-30 Recommendation for Specifying Light Source Color Rendition and the color rendering specifications found in Annex E. Annex E provides specifiers with a system that is easy to understand and use, which helps make TM-30 the specifier's primary color rendering framework. The presentation will review the Design Intents of Preference, Vividness, and Fidelity at all three Priority Levels and will include a demonstration of light sources that fall into each category. The focus will be on selecting appropriate criteria for various applications and on TM-30 related deliverables at each phase of the design process. Live demonstration will be provided.

Speakers
avatar for Jason Livingston

Jason Livingston

IALD, IES, LC, Theatre Consultants + Lighting Designers, Studio T+L, LLC
Jason Livingston is the principal of Studio T+L, which has dual specialties of architectural lighting design and theatre planning and design. His lighting portfolio includes offices, houses of worship, restaurants, interactive experiences, visitors centers, galleries, and performing... Read More →
avatar for Tony Esposito

Tony Esposito

Founder and Head Research Scientist, Lighting Research Solutions LLC
Tony is the Founder and Head Research Scientist of Lighting Research Solutions, a lighting consultancy providing services in research, education, and development. Tony holds a doctorate in Architectural Engineering from Penn State University with a minor in statistics. His specialties... Read More →



Thursday September 15, 2022 4:00pm - 5:30pm CDT
Trade Mart 4814

5:00pm CDT

ArchLIGHT Summit Opening Night Reception sponsored by AAILA
Join us as we celebrate the first night of the event!

This event is open to  ALL attendees, exhibitors, speakers and partners participating in the ArchLIGHT Summit.



Sponsors
avatar for AAiLA

AAiLA

AAILA is a collaborative industry forum that aims to strengthen the capabilities and professionalism of independent lighting agents while also enhancing their connectivity to lighting and controls manufacturers. Founded in 2021, AAILA is a 501c6 member led professional organizati... Read More →



Thursday September 15, 2022 5:00pm - 7:00pm CDT
Trade Mart Lobby
 
Friday, September 16
 

7:30am CDT

Registration Desk Opens
Friday September 16, 2022 7:30am - 6:00pm CDT
Trade Mart Lobby

8:00am CDT

Networking Breakfast: Women In Lighting + Design

Dare to be Different! 3 Keys for Goal-setting Success - with our Featured Speaker Jan Spence.

Grab a cup of coffee, enjoy a welcoming breakfast, and connect with peers from across the country to start your day. All members of the community are invited.Setting a goal is easy; actually achieving that goal is not. The first step for professional women is embracing a new mindset of adaptability and flexibility, especially in our current environment. We have to break free of old habits and attitudes and be willing to take risks in the moment to achieve our objectives, both personally and professionally. Otherwise we’ll be one of the 96% of people who don’t achieve a life they desire. Jan Spence shares with attendees the same formula she used to buy, build, and sell a business for 300% ROI in just 4 years. Through interactive exercises and group discussions, participants will learn new ways to empower themselves and others to get rid of unnecessary roadblocks, focus on what makes them successful, and then capitalize on these new methods. In this high energy, interactive program, Women in Lighting + Design will walk away empowered with new ways of viewing their future and steps to put into action to get to the next level.

This course is AIA accredited, presented by our educational platform partner The Continuing Architect. Attendees who have their badge scanned at the session will receive a notification from TCA following ArchLIGHT Summit, detailing their earned CEU credits.

WILD Discussion: 1.5 LU



Speakers
avatar for Jan Spence

Jan Spence

CEO, jan spence & associates
Jan Spence is a Certified Speaking Professional, author, and consultant. With contagious charisma and a zest for life which make her an excellent motivator and leader, this TEDx speaker has used her vast knowledge in sales, communications, finances, and employee engagement to help... Read More →

Sponsors
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Women in Lighting + Design

WILD announces an Association Partnership with the ArchLIGHT Summit in Dallas, TX in September 2022! We are working with the Advisory Board to make this Summit “boldly different and actively inclusive”. Thank you to the ArchLIGHT Summit for including us, and for being committed to inclusiveness and a diversity of speakers and presenters.Save the Date for our Wednesday, Sept 14th Welcoming Night Party! andour Friday, Sept 16th Networking Breakfast & Breakout SessionOur mission is to provide all Women in lighting... Read More →



Friday September 16, 2022 8:00am - 10:00am CDT
The SMART Center, Trade Mart 4826

9:00am CDT

Sonneman Relaxation Station
Be sure to stop by Sonneman's Relaxation Station in between our AIA Sessions for a quick drink, snack or to simply "recharge" your battery.  The Sonneman team welcomes you to enjoy their hospitality during ArchLIGHT Summit.

Hours:
Thursday - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm


Showroom located in Trade Mart 4804



Friday September 16, 2022 9:00am - 3:00pm CDT
Sonneman - A Way of Light, Trade Mart 4804

9:00am CDT

9:30am CDT

DOCENT TOUR - Exterior Lighting

Dallas Market Center Lighting Brand Ambassador, Arturo Maluy will lead a small group of participants on a guided tour of selected manufacturers with the focus on learning more about lighting options within "Exterior Lighting".

Docent Tours will meet at the KOI pond on the first floor of the Trade Mart - 10 minutes - prior to the Tour start time. Participation is by advanced reservation.



Speakers
avatar for Arturo Maluy

Arturo Maluy

Dallas Market Center
With 20 years of experience in the lighting industry, Arturo Maluy is pioneering the Lighting Concierge position at Dallas Market Center, connecting DMC’s robust open-daily design business with an unmatched selection of lighting resources in all categories. Maluy has been a Lighting... Read More →



Friday September 16, 2022 9:30am - 10:30am CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

9:30am CDT

Designing with TM-30 - STUDENT Reserved Session

This session has been reserved by Texas Christian University to be a private class followed by a Docent Tour with TCU Director of Lighting Education, Alyssa Stewart.

IES TM-30 has been available since 2015 and has been subjected to rigorous review experimentation. It is now an American National Standard (ANSI) document, and the underlying calculation framework is shared with CIE 224:2017. TM-30. It is now used to specify light source color rendition in the WELL Building Standard, the United State Department of Defense Unified Facilities Criteria for Medical Facilities, and the DLC Performance Standard v5.0. The one initial limitation to broader TM-30 adoption was that the IES has not provided any official recommendations on how the method should be used to specify color rendition. Such guidance is now provided in Annex E, which is the focus of this presentation.

This presentation will explain how specifiers can use ANSI/IES TM-30 Recommendation for Specifying Light Source Color Rendition and the color rendering specifications found in Annex E. Annex E provides specifiers with a system that is easy to understand and use, which helps make TM-30 the specifier's primary color rendering framework. The presentation will review the Design Intents of Preference, Vividness, and Fidelity at all three Priority Levels and will include a demonstration of light sources that fall into each category. The focus will be on selecting appropriate criteria for various applications and on TM-30 related deliverables at each phase of the design process. Live demonstration will be provided.

This course is AIA accredited, presented by our educational platform partner The Continuing Architect. Attendees who have their badge scanned at the session will receive a notification from TCA following ArchLIGHT Summit, detailing their earned CEU credits.

Specifying Light Source Color Rendition: 1.5 LU



Speakers
avatar for Jason Livingston

Jason Livingston

IALD, IES, LC, Theatre Consultants + Lighting Designers, Studio T+L, LLC
Jason Livingston is the principal of Studio T+L, which has dual specialties of architectural lighting design and theatre planning and design. His lighting portfolio includes offices, houses of worship, restaurants, interactive experiences, visitors centers, galleries, and performing... Read More →
avatar for Tony Esposito

Tony Esposito

Founder and Head Research Scientist, Lighting Research Solutions LLC
Tony is the Founder and Head Research Scientist of Lighting Research Solutions, a lighting consultancy providing services in research, education, and development. Tony holds a doctorate in Architectural Engineering from Penn State University with a minor in statistics. His specialties... Read More →



Friday September 16, 2022 9:30am - 11:00am CDT
Trade Mart 4814

10:00am CDT

Workplace Going Forward

COVID-19 will not only change the way we work, it will change how we interact with people and physical objects.
As we return to the workplace, we will have to not only rethink the way we engage with the space but how we interact with each other. A new social dynamic will be created with potential for unease, increased anxiety and conflict. Adding that to the fact that we are living in a world where we are constantly connected, and the in-flow of information seems never-ending, the inability to disconnect is causing a dramatic increase in stress levels amongst workers today. We are also living in a time where exponential change is being driven by advances and rapid development of new autonomous technology.
Hence, we are seeing the parallel rise of the machine age and the rise of the human factor. These two streams were already converging in the workplace and changing not only the tools we use, but when, where and how we work as well. Going forward we need to create environments that can help accommodate all and address both physical and social challenges we are now faced with.

Speakers
avatar for Kay Sargent

Kay Sargent

FASID, FIIDA, CID, LEED® AP, MCR/w, WELL AP Senior Principal | Director of WorkPlace, HOK
With more than 35 years of experience, Kay is a recognized expert on workplace design and strategy issues. She is an award-winning designer who has worked with several Fortune 500 companies to optimize their global real estate portfolios and create innovative work environments based... Read More →
avatar for Jessica Collins

Jessica Collins

NCIDQ, IIDA, LEED Green Associate, WELL AP™, Sr. Associate | Sr. Project Interior Designer, HOK
TX


Friday September 16, 2022 10:00am - 11:00am CDT
Trade Mart 4 Loft 4

11:00am CDT

DOCENT TOUR - Commercial Interior Lighting with Michelle Cruz

Commercial Interior Lighting tour with ArchLIGHT Summit board member and WILD Houston leader - Michelle Cruz, will lead a small group of participants on a guided tour of selected manufacturers with the focus on learning more about lighting options within "Commercial Interior Lighting".

Docent Tours will meet at the KOI pond on the first floor of the Trade Mart - 10 minutes - prior to the Tour start time. Participation is by advanced reservation.



Advisory Board Members
avatar for Michelle Cruz

Michelle Cruz

Lighting Specifier/Spec Sales, Putterman, Scharck & Associates
TX



Friday September 16, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

11:00am CDT

DOCENT TOUR - High End Residential Lighting with Michael Bauer

High End Residential Lighting tour with Vice President of Home & Design at Dallas Market Center - Michael Bauer will lead a small group of participants on a guided tour of selected manufacturers with the focus on learning more about lighting options within "High End Residential" settings.

Docent Tours will meet at the KOI pond on the first floor of the Trade Mart - 10 minutes - prior to the Tour start time. Participation is by advanced reservation.



Speakers
avatar for Michael Bauer

Michael Bauer

Vice President, Home & Design, Dallas Market Center
Born and raised in Houston, Texas, interior design has been a consistent theme since Michael Bauer can remember. Bauer now brings his deep-rooted passion for the design community and home industry to his work at Dallas Market Center where he is the Vice President of Home & Design... Read More →



Friday September 16, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

11:00am CDT

Creating Airport Environments that are Healthy, Beautiful, Safe, and Fun

When creating interior aesthetics for large publicly shared airport spaces for persons from different cultures, ethnicities, economic backgrounds, with varied health-related requirements, who are traveling for a variety of different reasons, we are challenged to create a harmonious interior experience.  

The FAA reports that an estimated 2,900,000 passengers fly every day in and out of US airports. While this is a staggering number, COVID has impacted this number in various ways. Passengers, in addition to adjusting to post 9-11 increased safety regulations, also now are dealing with pandemic factors such as feeling an increased loss of control, heightened stress, grief, a perceived decline in the air travel customer experience and fear of the unknown.

As airport designers we have a duty to step up and address these concerns directly when creating new or renovating existing airport interiors. This presents us with a tremendous challenge and opportunity to provide a healthy, beautiful, safe, and fun airport experience for all passengers.

MODERATED BY:  Tonya Wood

PANELISTS:  Donald Koppy, Mead & Hunt
                       Cassidy Compton, Mead & Hunt
                       Grace Jacob, Armstrong World Industries

Speakers
avatar for Grace Jacob

Grace Jacob

Architectural and Contract Sales Manager, Armstrong World Industries
Grace Jacob has been a leader in developing and maintaining client relationships, managing a widerange of commercial projects, and being a reliable partner for Architects, Interior Designers, GeneralContractors and Engineers as an Architectural and Contract Sales Manager for Armstrong... Read More →
avatar for Donald Koppy

Donald Koppy

AIA, NCARB, CSI, CCS , Mead Hunt
Donald Koppy has over 35 years of experience in design and construction management of aviation, civic, education, institutional, healthcare, federal, retail, corporate, mixed-use, multi-family, residential, and financial projects. He brings an innovative expertise to project management... Read More →
avatar for Cassidy Compton

Cassidy Compton

INTERIOR DESIGNER, INTERIOR DESIGN, Mead & Hunt
Cassidy Compton is an Interior Designer in the Architecture & Building Engineering department of Mead & Hunt. With over 5 years of design experience, her focus is centered around Aviation and Federal projects. She has led the Interior Design efforts on multiple large scale aviation... Read More →
avatar for Tonya Wood

Tonya Wood

Tonya Wood, NCIDQ, ASID, RID–Senior Interior Designer, Mead & Hunt
Tonya Wood is a Senior Interior Designer in the AB&E department of Mead & Hunt. She has vastAviation and Corporate Interior Design experience with over 25 years in the field. Her projects include leading the Interior Design effort for airport improvements, concourse expansions, security... Read More →



Friday September 16, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm CDT
The SMART Center, Trade Mart 4826

11:30am CDT

Luminance Tools

Most people design lighting systems to meet illuminance recommendations, but what we actually see is determined by luminance.  Join in on this lively hands-on workshop to learn more about the difference between illuminance and luminance, the devices for measuring these quantities, and, taking advantage of the conference venue, actually measuring the illuminance and luminance of various lighting systems and spaces for comparison with your visual experiences.  You’ll also go home with a luminance measuring app for your cell phone or tablet that will enable you to take luminance measurements on your own to further explore the lighting of your everyday environments and commission your lighting projects.

Speakers
avatar for Craig A Bernecker

Craig A Bernecker

Ph.D., FIESNA, LC, Professor of Lighting Design, The Lighting Education Institute/Parsons School of Design
Dr. Bernecker has been a lighting educator for over 40years. He is founder of The Lighting Education Institute, providing professional education, and Professor of Lighting Design and Director of the Masters of Fine Arts in Lighting Design program at Parsons School of Design, The New... Read More →


Friday September 16, 2022 11:30am - 1:00pm CDT
Trade Mart 4814

12:00pm CDT

ArchLIGHT SNACKS
Friday September 16, 2022 12:00pm - 1:00pm CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

1:00pm CDT

DOCENT TOUR - Decorative Lighting

Decorative Lighting tour with Dallas Market Center Lighting Ambassador who will lead a small group of participants on a guided tour of selected manufacturers with the focus on learning more about lighting options within "Decorative Lighting".

Docent Tours will meet at the KOI pond on the first floor of the Trade Mart - 10 minutes - prior to the Tour start time. Participation is by advanced reservation.



Speakers
avatar for Arturo Maluy

Arturo Maluy

Dallas Market Center
With 20 years of experience in the lighting industry, Arturo Maluy is pioneering the Lighting Concierge position at Dallas Market Center, connecting DMC’s robust open-daily design business with an unmatched selection of lighting resources in all categories. Maluy has been a Lighting... Read More →



Friday September 16, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm CDT
ArchLIGHT Summit Show Floor

1:00pm CDT

Putting Allyship into Practice

So often the pressures of DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion) work and implementation fall onto persons of color to recognize, evaluate and dismantle non-inclusive systems. This pressure creates additional stressors and otherness for those employees without any guranteed effort or effect on the system itself. This presentation will illuminate some of the unintentional ways efforts to make change can in fact reinforce systemic problems and evaluate ways that allyship can insert relief and support to the underrepresented in the workplace. Using Chromatic as an example, Nick Albert and Lauren Dandridge establish that actionable diversity, equity and inclusion strategies must involve all allies for progression of the entire system.

Speakers
avatar for Nick Albert

Nick Albert

MIES, Principal, Chromatic, Inc
Nick Albert is a twenty-year veteran of the lighting, architecture and construction industries with a portfolio of hundreds of built works across the globe and awards and recognition in both the US and International Lighting communities. Nick was most recently the US Director of Lighting... Read More →
avatar for Lauren Dandridge

Lauren Dandridge

LC, IES, Principal, Chromatic / Adjunct Assistant Professor, USC School of Architecture, Chromatic, Inc
Lauren Dandridge, LC is a 17 year veteran in the lighting industry with a portfolio of award winning projects across the country. She is principal of Chromatic, a lighting design firm that promotes lighting quality and equality for all communities while pursuing intelligent and beautiful... Read More →


Friday September 16, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm CDT
Trade Mart 4 Loft 4

1:00pm CDT

Revit Lighting, from 2D to BIM; A Lighting Designer's Perspective

Lighting design workflows have traditionally involved 2D drafting software, 3D calculation software, and word processing software for schedules. But where do these tools fit in the 3D BIM world? Lighting designers can leverage complex architectural Revit models to stop duplicating modeling time and start realizing efficiencies in background management, fixture counts, budgeting, and more. In this discussion, we discuss how our lighting design firm has gone from Revit viewers to Revit modelers. We’ll dive deep into case studies of real world applications showcasing some of the key concepts that made our most useful lighting families, the power and limitations of the ElumTools plugin from Lighting Analyst, as well as some tips and tricks we wish we knew before starting the process.

Speakers
avatar for Jacob Gerber

Jacob Gerber

IALD, CLD, Essential Light
Unusually tall buildings, complex interior geometries, demanding schedules, these are the types of projects where Jacob Gerber’s creative problem-solving, technical proficiency, and organizational expertise produce award winning projects. Jacob is a senior lighting designer at Essential... Read More →
avatar for Gabi Korac

Gabi Korac

IES, Assoc. AIA, Essential Light Design Studio
Gabi is an architectural lighting designer currently living and working in Northwest Arkansas. She joined the Essential Light team in 2015 and ever since enjoys navigating the dynamic lighting industry. Gabi holds two master degrees from the Parsons School of Design in New York City... Read More →


Friday September 16, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm CDT
The SMART Center, Trade Mart 4826

2:00pm CDT

Designing with TM-30

IES TM-30 has been available since 2015 and has been subjected to rigorous review experimentation. It is now an American National Standard (ANSI) document, and the underlying calculation framework is shared with CIE 224:2017. TM-30. It is now used to specify light source color rendition in the WELL Building Standard, the United State Department of Defense Unified Facilities Criteria for Medical Facilities, and the DLC Performance Standard v5.0. The one initial limitation to broader TM-30 adoption was that the IES has not provided any official recommendations on how the method should be used to specify color rendition. Such guidance is now provided in Annex E, which is the focus of this presentation.

This presentation will explain how specifiers can use ANSI/IES TM-30 Recommendation for Specifying Light Source Color Rendition and the color rendering specifications found in Annex E. Annex E provides specifiers with a system that is easy to understand and use, which helps make TM-30 the specifier's primary color rendering framework. The presentation will review the Design Intents of Preference, Vividness, and Fidelity at all three Priority Levels and will include a demonstration of light sources that fall into each category. The focus will be on selecting appropriate criteria for various applications and on TM-30 related deliverables at each phase of the design process. Live demonstration will be provided.

Speakers
avatar for Jason Livingston

Jason Livingston

IALD, IES, LC, Theatre Consultants + Lighting Designers, Studio T+L, LLC
Jason Livingston is the principal of Studio T+L, which has dual specialties of architectural lighting design and theatre planning and design. His lighting portfolio includes offices, houses of worship, restaurants, interactive experiences, visitors centers, galleries, and performing... Read More →
avatar for Tony Esposito

Tony Esposito

Founder and Head Research Scientist, Lighting Research Solutions LLC
Tony is the Founder and Head Research Scientist of Lighting Research Solutions, a lighting consultancy providing services in research, education, and development. Tony holds a doctorate in Architectural Engineering from Penn State University with a minor in statistics. His specialties... Read More →



Friday September 16, 2022 2:00pm - 3:30pm CDT
Trade Mart 4814
 
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