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Don’t be in the Dark: Technology and Lighting Solutions for Residential Designers
Best Practices for Lighting Design in Residential Applications

We all use a variety of light fixtures in our residential projects, but what specific lighting design considerations take the project to the next level? During our conversation we will explore how the project requirements guide the initial lighting design direction, review best practices for fixture locations, and discuss key considerations as you narrow down your fixture selections.

We will discuss the importance of lighting control coordination to set the mood in any space for various times of day, ensure lights function effectively without flicker, and tuning the lighting system for improved wellness or enhancing design elements. Finally, we will demonstrate how easy it is for clients to continue these best practices into their everyday lives if they invest in the proper technology to support their lighting system.

Sponsored by:
ASID Illinois Chapter
Barrett's Technology Solutions
Arteriors Home & MDA Lites

Mar 18, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Kiersten Hoiland
Principal Lighting Designer, IES, Assoc. IALD @HOILAND STUDIOS
HOILAND STUDIOS is a full-service lighting design firm based in Chicago specializing in high-end residential, hospitality, retail, and art lighting projects. We believe lighting is the best supporting actor to a well-designed space and develop a lighting plan specifically tailored to the project by addressing the client's wants/needs, responding to the architectural aesthetic, and understanding the function of the space.
Aaron Gutin
Specification Development Director @Savant
A second-generation AV professional, Aaron Gutin was raised in southern New Jersey where he took an interest in music, film and computer science at an early age. After graduating Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts with a B.F.A., Aaron’s career in Smart Home technology began in 1999, clerking at a local CD Shop in central New Jersey which also offered hi-end stereo and home theater systems. Early mornings organizing thousands of records and learning how to sell audio and video equipment, gave Aaron his first real exposure to the art of sales and marketing. However, it was Aaron’s time at Lyric Hi-Fi that shaped his professional life. Nearly twenty years since taking that position, Aaron has developed expertise in many technical disciplines including sound engineering, AV production, AV distribution, lighting control and advanced IP networking. A member of the Savant team since 2014, Aaron leads Savant’s Specifier Education initiative as Specification Development Director.