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Illuma Become CPD Provider

Illuma are proud to announce that they have become a CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accredited provider and have launched their very first CPD seminar - 'How do you Light Religious Buildings?'

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Lighting is one of the most powerful interior design tools. It can dramatically change the mood of any interior at the flick of a switch. With LED lighting sources now lasting longer than before, it is more important than ever to carefully consider the lighting design and luminaires going into a space.

Kate Morley, Lighting Designer at Illuma Lighting - "Lighting needs to be carefully considered and planned in conjunction with the architecture of any religious building. The very best lighting schemes for places of worship are those which go unnoticed. When entering the space, your attention should be drawn to the religious and architectural features, not to the light sources. Our very first CPD seminar about how to light religious buildings aims to simplify lighting these unique, historic spaces using the latest modern lighting technology."

 

CPD - How do you Light Religious Buildings?

Discover the best way to light a religious building using modern lighting technology. Our seminar includes LIVE demonstrations and will show you the best way to provide the different types of lighting needed in traditional churches and religious buildings.

 

This seminar will cover the following:

• Introduction to lighting basics

• Religious buildings as multifunctional spaces

• What to cover in a lighting design

• The different types of lighting

• Highlighting religious features

• The art of creating ‘Invisible Light’

• Scene setting and dimming

 

Duration: <1hr

CPD Credits: 1

 


Attended a CPD, want to book a CPD or simply have an enquiry?

Contact us at cpd@illuma.co.uk or call us on +44 (0)1332 818200

For more information visit: CPD - How do you Light Religious Buildings?


 

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