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Saturday, October 5 • 1:45pm - 3:15pm

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Conor Sampson, CS Design, Westmount, QC Canada
Howard Yaphe, Axis Lighting, Montréal, QC Canada
Moderator: Andrew MacKinnon, IALD, Gabriel MacKinnon, Ottawa, ON Canada
New luminaire and control technologies undergo quick and important changes of their optical, efficacy and economic performance. However, construction of buildings can represent a longer process, sometimes taking years. How is it possible to design and optimize lighting today for installations that will occur in a later time frame? How can manufacturers make their products evolve and contribute to the performance of older, active specifications? This demonstration, showing both the point of view of a lighting designer and a manufacturer, will highlight how it is possible to "spec forward" an evolving solution to have the latest technology without having to completely rethink the lighting and the space. 

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Conor Sampson

Principal, CS Design
Conor Sampson is a lighting designer and registered architect who teaches lighting design at McGill University and sits on the board of managers of the IES (Illuminating Engineering Society) of Montreal. Mr. Sampson holds a Masters in Lighting Design from the Parsons School of Design... Read More →
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Howard Yaphe

Chief Executive Officer, Axis Lighting
Howard Yaphe is Ceo of Axis Lighting. Axis Lighting has grown to be an important source for architectural lighting across North America and focuses on architecturally sensitive, high-performance, energy-effective luminaires for general, ambient, task, and architectural applications... Read More →

Saturday October 5, 2013 1:45pm - 3:15pm EDT
Soprano B - Floor 4 1255 Rue Jeanne-Mance, Montreal, QC H5B 1E5, Canada

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