The Lighting Practice’s Ryan Conover will discuss human-centric lighting with Mary Alcaraz, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Laura Morris, Array Architects, during AIA Philadelphia’s Forum on Architecture + Design.
Ryan Conover will discuss human-centric lighting, a concept that suggests carefully designed lighting can positively impact a person on a physiological level, during the Forum on Architecture + Design. After a brief presentation, Ryan will be joined by Mary Alcaraz (CHOP) and Laura Morris (Array Architects) for a more in-depth discussion featuring the client and architect’s perspective.
Thursday, October 3, 2019 / 9:45 AM – 10:45 AM
The Pavilion Hub East at Convene
DEFINING HUMAN-CENTRIC LIGHTING (1 AIA LU)
Presenters: Mary Alcaraz, PE, LC, CEM, LEED BD+C – Senior Project Manager with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; Laura Morris, CHID, LEED AP BD+C, Lean Green Belt – Principal and Interior Design Director with Array Architects; and Ryan Conover, EDAC, Assoc. IALD – Project Manager with The Lighting Practice.
The Forum on Architecture + Design is an educational and expo event that curates educational content for professionals who help shape the built environment. The event offers designers, civic leaders, manufacturers, technology providers, and real estate developers accredited continuing education programs, tours, keynote sessions, a three-day expo, and networking opportunities. The event will take place at Convene in Philadelphia October 2 to 4, 2019.
For more information on the Forum on Architecture + Design and to register for the event, visit forum-arch-design.org.