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This calendar of Chicago architectural events is jointly sponsored by Repeat and the Chicago Architectural Club.

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  November 1, Wednesday

Building the Bloomingdale Trail

12:15 P.M. - John Buck Gallery, Chicago Architecture Foundation, 224 South Michigan
Sponsor: Chicago Architecture Foundation
Free event - Eric R. Multhauf lunchtime lecture. Guests are welcome to bring a bag lunch. A Corner Bakery is also on the premises.
1LU

Lecture by Ben Helphand, co-founder Friends of the Bloomingdale Trail, Pedestrian Program Manager at the Center for Neighborhood Technology

Information: 312/922.3432 x266  or on-line

   November 2, Thursday

300 North LaSalle

300 North LaSalle, Hines Interests, Chicago12:15 P.M. - Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington, Millennium Park Room, 5th floor southeast
Sponsor: Friends of Downtown
Free event

Representatives from Hines Interests will present plans for a 60-story office tower on a prominent site on the Chicago River, at LaSalle Street. The lower 24 floors of the 1.3 million square foot offer tower have been leased to law firm Kirkland & Ellis. The tower will be a prominent addition to the Chicago skyline and will feature a riverfront plaza and waterfront café. The developer will discuss the building’s design, public space, leasing, development process and unique environmental features.

Information: 312/458.9454 or on-line

Commission on Chicago Landmarks

12:45 P.M., 33 N. LaSalle, Room 1600
Note: Permit Review Committee meets after Landmarks Commission - estimated start time 1:30 P.M.
Open to the public

Monthly meeting.

November agenda (Adobe Acrobat format)

lP6 Portfolio Review

5:30 - 8:30 P.M. - Lightology, 215 W. Chicago Avenue
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Young Architects Forum
Free event

Bring your "work in progress" portfolio for review by prominent Chicago architects, in a round-robin format during an informal gathering - with refreshments! Reviewers will include: Dan Wheeler, FAIA - Wheeler Kearns Architects; David Jennerjahn, FAIA - Valerio Dewalt Train; Brian Vitale, AIA - Gensler; Steve Brubaker - IIT; Julie Flohr, Assoc. AIA - IIT; Scott Sarver - DeStefano and Partners.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

   November 4, Saturday

Trauma Needs and Design for Trauma Services: Stroger Hospital of Cook County

10:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. - Stroger Hospital, 1901 W. Harrison St., Chicago (meet in main lobby)
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Healthcare KC
Free event for members, $15.00 for non-members
2 LU/HSW


Speaker is Faran Bokhari, MD, FACS

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

   November 5, Sunday

Moshe Safdie: An Architecture of Peace

1:30 - 2:30 P.M. - Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, 618 South Michigan Avenue
Sponsor: Chicago Humanities Festival
$5.00

The Israel born, Canadian-American architect of such world-class projects as Habitat ‘67, Moshe Safdiethe Skirball Cultural Center, the Peabody Essex Museum, and the Rabin Memorial Center, describes his vision and multi-faceted plans for architecture and urbanism. The Mamilla District in Jerusalem is one example of how he connects the old and new quarters of the ancient city. In the face of globalization, the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum and the U.S. Institute of Peace Headquarters are structures that resonate amid their historic cultural settings.

Order tickets on-line. Information.

Film Screening: Moshe Safdie: The Power of Architecture

3:30 - 5:00 P.M. - Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, 618 South Michigan Avenue
Sponsor: Chicago Humanities Festival
Free event, ticket required.

A film portrait of the Israel-born, Canadian-American architect that traces his early influences, his move from Haifa to Montreal at the age of 15, and his crucial apprenticeship under Louis Kahn. Visits to recent significant projects in Jerusalem, Boston, and Vancouver allow Safdie to elaborate on his ideas about architecture’s role in society. Directed by Donald Winkler, Canada, 2004, 91 mins.

Order tickets on-line. Information.

   November 7, Tuesday

Regional Planning in Northeastern Illinois: A New Direction

5:00 P.M. - Burnham Lecture Center, APA, 122 S. Michigan, 1600
Sponsor: American Planning Association
Free event, limited seating, no reservations required
1.3 CPD Credits

There's a new regional organization in Chicago — the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, or CMAP. This agency is a consolidation of the Chicago Area Transportation Study (CATS) and the Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC). CMAP combines these separate transportation and land-use planning agencies for northeastern Illinois into a single entity designed to protect natural resources and minimize traffic congestion for Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will counties.
Randall S. Blankenhorn, CMAP executive director, will talk about how the merger came about, how the long-range plans for the two previously separate entities are being reconciled, and how CMAP envisions the future of our seven-county region.
Randy Blankenhorn is executive director of CMAP, the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning. Prior to joining CMAP in April 2006, Blankenhorn had over 20 years' experience in the planning, development, and implementation of transportation infrastructure projects for the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT).

Information on-line: 312/431.9100

Organic Architecture in Sweden

5:30 - 7:00 P.M. - CAF Lecture Hall, 224 S. Michigan Ave., John Buck Co. Lecture Hall
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Environment, Housing, Healthcare KCs, CAF, American Scandinavian Foundation
Free event for AIA and CAF members, $10.00 for non-members
1.5 LU/HSW

Swedish architect Lars Danielsson will discuss current research and development in ecological building, including a residential settlement in Gothenburg with no conventional central heating and Vidar Clinic, an anthroposophic hospital in Jarna, an example of organic architecture with careful consideration for the environment.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

Performance Evaluation of Tall Buildings Under Winds  

6:30 program, preceeded by 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., Hors d’oeuvre and cash bar- The Union League Club, 65 W. Jackson Boulevard
Sponsor: Structural Engineerers Association of Illinois
Free event - reservations required

Professors Ahsan Kareem and Tracy Kijewski-Correa of Notre Dame University co-present this seminar offering a synopsis of the wind effects on tall buildings, including a discussion of the wind climate in urban zones, and various means to estimate wind load effects on structures and their limitations.  The presenters will then discuss the current monitoring program  (three Chicago skyscrapers are instrumented to measure wind effects!)  and its second phase extension, detailing their instrumentation and modeling, and presenting a sampling of response date collected thus far. A comparison of the full-scale response of these tall buildings to the predicted response from wind tunnels and finite element models used in their design will be provided. 
 
Reservations are required and may be made by calling 312/649.4600 ext. 200.

Andrew Freear of the Rural Studio

St. Lukes project Rural Studio6:30 P.M. - Pint in Bucktown, 1547 N Milwaukee Ave, 773/772.0990
Sponsor: Chicago Architectural Club
Free event

Andrew Freear, Director, will lead an informal discussion about the process and current work of the Rural Studio, founded by the late architect Samuel Mockbee.  

Information on-line.

   November 8, Wednesday

What's Being Planned for Chicago?

12:00 -1:00 P.M. - AIA Chicago, 1049 Merchandise Mart
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Regional and Urban Design KC
Free event for AIA and CAF members, $10.00 for non-members
1.5 LU/HSW

Development in Chicago is dynamic, and at the center of every project is the City’s Department of Planning and Development. Deputy commissioner Sam Assefa will present an overview of the department’s focus, as well as updates on key projects and an overview of Chicago’s Olympic bid. Bring lunch; beverages provided.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

Renzo Piano's Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago

12:15 P.M. - John Buck Gallery, Chicago Architecture Foundation, 224 South Michigan
Sponsor: Chicago Architecture Foundation
Free event - Eric R. Multhauf lunchtime lecture. Guests are welcome to bring a bag lunch. A Corner Bakery is also on the premises.
1LU

Lecture by Meredith Mack, Senior Vice President for Finance and Operations, Art Institute of Chicago

Information: 312/922.3432 x266  or on-line

Architecture of Linkage

6:00 P.M. - S.R. Crown Hall, 3360 South State Street, South Core
Sponsor: School of Architecture, Illinois Institute of Technology
Free event.

Lecture by William Pedersen FAIA FAAR, Kohn Pedersen Fox Architects New York/London/Shanghai

Information: 312/567.3279

   November 9, Thursday

Dealing with Cities in Brazil: Governance and Popular Participation in Urban Planning

5:30 - 7:30 P.M. - John Buck Gallery, Chicago Architecture Foundation, 224 South Michigan
Sponsor: Chicago Architecture Foundation, AIA Chicago Committees on the Environment and Regional and Urban Planning, the Congress for New Urbanism, and Partners of the Americas
$10.00, $5.00 students, free for CAF and AIA members
2 AIA/CEU

Lecture by Jorge Wilheim, author of ten books on planning, development, and urban life, Brazilian architect and urbanist. Wilheim has designed and been involved with twenty master plans of major cities and new towns. He will present the concepts, methodology and experience of urban planning that he uses in his professional work, illustrated by the examples of master plans and strategic urban proposals for Sao Paulo, Nova Lima, Araxa, and the new cities of Angelica and Brasilia. He will use these examples to comment on “environmental issues” and “decent work” issues, both necessary requirements to guarantee the sustainability of development.

RSVP at 312/922.3432 x224 or buy on-line. Information on-line

Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS)

6:00 - 8 :00 P.M. - Chicago Center for Green Technology, 445 North Sacramento Boulevard
Sponsor: Chicago Center for Green Technology,
Free event. Registration required.

Presenters: Janet Attarian, Chicago Department of Transportation and Luis Montgomery, 2IM Group, LLC

Architectural disciplines have led the way in sustainable development by using
green roofs and naturally integrated designs to reduce the impact on the native
environment. Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) aims at incorporating
these proven technologies to the civil engineering field. The focus of SUDS is to
reduce or delay stormwater quantity, improve stormwater quality and develop a
social or wildlife amenity from stormwater runoff. This seminar will give an
overview of SUDS and show where and how SUDS projects are being implemented
by the Chicago Department of Transportation.

Register by calling the hotline at 312/746.9642, or by emailing your desired class and contact information.

   November 11, Saturday

Talk and Tour: The Form of Church Design

10:00 A.M. - 12 :00 P.M. - University of St. Mary’s of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary, 1000 E. Maple Ave., Mundelein
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Historic Resources KC
Free event for AIA and CAF members, $10.00 for non-members
2 LU/HSW

How can new churches reconnect with older ecclesiastical and theological traditions? How can architects employ formal and theological coherence to raise the standards of today's ecclesiastical designs? Denis McNamara, Ph.D., from St. Mary's Liturgical Institute, will introduce the concept of sacramental architecture and how theology and modern liturgical trends intersect with the demand for traditional design. He will also explain the terminology and concepts involved in working with church clients and liturgical consultants. Presentation in Conference Center, Room C106; campus walking tour will follow. Limited to 25 participants.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

   November 14, Tuesday

Chicago Community Development Commission

Monthly meeting. 1:00 P.M., City Council Chambers
Open to the public

November agenda (Adobe Acrobat format)

First Tuesdays Happy Hour with SEAOI AIA Young Architects at Rock Bottom Brewery

5:30 - 8:00 P.M. - Rock Bottom Brewery, 1 West Grand
Sponsor: AIA Young Architects Forum
Free event

Join us for free drinks & appetizers courtesy of our sponsor, Bricks Inc. at our monthly networking event, this month with the Structural Engineers Association of Illinois and its Young Engineers Committee. Bring a friend - AIA membership not required, but registration for this event is essential!

Register online or call 312/799.2004. Information on-line

Jose Castillo - recent work

6:00 P.M. -Room 1100, Arts and Architecture Building, 845 West Harrison
Sponsor: School of Architecture, University of Illinois at Chicago
Free event

Lecture by Jose Castillo

Information on-line. 312/996.3335

   November 15, Wednesday

Goettsch Partners: China

12:15 P.M. - John Buck Gallery, Chicago Architecture Foundation, 224 South Michigan
Sponsor: Chicago Architecture Foundation
Free event - Eric R. Multhauf lunchtime lecture. Guests are welcome to bring a bag lunch. A Corner Bakery is also on the premises.
1LU

Lecture by James Zheng, Goettsch Partners

Note: this a last-minute change that replaces the originally scheduled lecture by Neal Samors, Chicago in the Sixties: Remembering a Time of Change

Information: 312/922.3432 x266  or on-line

Know Thyself! A Case Study

5:30 - 7:00 P.M. - AIA Chicago, 1049 Merchandise Mart
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Practice Management KC
Free event for AIA and CAF members, $10.00 for non-members
1.5 LU/HSW

Where does your firm make or lose money? Not all projects or clients are profitable, and certain project or client types are not profitable while other are much more so, but how do you know which ones? Your firm already has this information: learn how to understand it better. Mike Webber, allied member of AIA, is president of And Managers Know Why, a financial and operations consultant to A/E firms and has written on this topic for AIA. Bring your CFO or controller to this program!

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2007

5:00 P.M. Registration, 5:30 Program, 6:30 Cocktail Reception - The Mid-Day Club, Chase Plaza, 21 S. Clark, 56th Floor
Sponsor: Urban Land Institute Chicago
$60.00 for ULI members $70.00 non-members, $10.00 full-time students
Security Information: all attendees will need a photo I.D. to enter the building. Your name will be on a guest list at the security desks in the lobby at the Clark Street entrances. Walk-ins will be cleared on a case-by-case basis.

Peter F. Korpacz, MAI. Director of the Global Strategic Real Estate Research Group, PricewaterhouseCoopers, will be the speaker. Emerging Trends in Real Estate is a trends and forecast publication with a 28-year history, and is the most highly-regarded and widely-read forecast report in the real estate industry.  Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2007, undertaken jointly by ULI and PricewaterhouseCoopers, provides an outlook on U.S. investment and development trends, real estate finance and capital markets, property sectors, metropolitan areas, and other real estate issues.  The report draws on formal and informal surveys of real estate executives and market experts around the U.S., including survey responses from over 400 real estate executives and personal interviews with over 150 industry leaders.

Information. Registration on-line by November 13th, or call 773/549.4972

Beneath Ethics:  Love, Understanding and Non-Action

6:00 P.M. - Archeworks, 625 North Kingsbury
Sponsor: Archeworks
Free event

Lecture by
Annie Pedret, Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, University of Illinois at Chicago. Pedret's research focuses on the debates and reassessment of modern architecture after World War II and the contribution of this discourse to architecture culture in Europe and the United States. 

Ethics, as a basis of correct action that allows us to live together, change with time and context. Based on the collective and variable nature of ethics, Pedret will argue two things.  First, that they are bound to, and change with, our evolving conceptions of reality.  Annie PedretSecond, that in a mature state, action has to be integrated in human life which means that it must be balanced with both understanding and felt experience.  Pedret will discuss that understanding, or understanding the essence of an ‘other,’ is an expression of love; and that we also accept a definition of felt experience as describing a state of non-action or being, then ethics as a basis for correct action that allow us to live together are based on love and being . This understanding of ethics, she will explain, puts into crisis modernism’s avoidance of the spiritual dimension.  More importantly, an understanding of the role played by love, understanding, and non-action allows us to go beyond the motivations, desires, ego, and attachments implicit in the process of making to an awareness of reality that is detached from wanting or not wanting. This in turn can lead to respect, dignity, generosity, grace, and even beauty. 

This lecture will be published in The Archeworks Papers Volume 1, Number Four which will be released in spring 2007. 

RSVP. Information: 312/867.7254  or on-line

Frank Lloyd Wright, Preserving the Legacy – A Celebration

6:00 - 9:00 P.M. - Palmer House, 17 East Monroe Street
Sponsor: Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust
$175.00 member, $200.00 non-members

The Trust's first annual benefit celebration will feature internationally renowned architect . Tadao AndoTadao Ando, recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize (1995) annd the AIA Gold Medal (2002) among numerous other awards. Ando is  known for for using bold geometry to create meditative and magical spaces that pay homage to the beauty of the natural environment. Robert Falls, artistic director at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, will talk on his experience directing the world premiere of Frank's Home, a play focusing on Frank Lloyd Wright's life after he completed the Imperial Hotel in Japan.

For information and tickets, call 708/848.3440

Katrina Design/Build Project

6:00 P.M. - S.R. Crown Hall, 3360 South State Street, South Core Katrina Design Build IIT
Sponsor: School of Architecture, Illinois Institute of Technology, Architecture That Matters
Free event.

Video presentation.

Information: 312/567.3279

ARE Study Hall

6:00 - 8:00 P.M. - Perkins & Will, 330 N. Wabash Ave., Suite 3600, Chicago
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Young Architects Forum
Free event

More study sessions for the ARE. This month's host is Michael Tumminello. Note: participants must register in advance to be admitted through security in the IBM Building.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

   November 16, Thursday

Preventing Moisture, Air, and Vapor in the Building Envelope

8:30 - 3:15 P.M. - Merchandise Mart Conference Center, 350 N. Orleans St. (or enter from Second Floor of Merchandise Mart)
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Technical Issues KC
$60 for AIa members ($80 after Nov. 10;) Non-members: $90 ($110 after Nov. 10)
5 LU/HSW

Representatives from May National, Dayton Superior Corp., GenFlex Roofing Systems, and PROSOCO Inc. will give ninety-minute presentations and offer table-top information. Programs include: Sealants and Adhesives for Prevention of Air & Water Infiltration; Causes and Solutions for Water Vapor Transmission in Concrete Slabs; Critical Roofing Details to Prevent Moisture Intrusion; and The Role of Air Barriers in Cavity Wall Construction.

Register for this event. Information or call 312/670.7770

The Lowdown on Lustron

12:15 - 1:00 PM - Claudia Cassidy Theater on the second floor of the Cultural Center
Sponsor: Landmarks Illinois
Free Event


The Lowdown on LustronLecture by Christina Morris and Jeanne Lambin, National Trust for Historic Preservation. Lustron was an innovative type of all steel, porcelain-enamel clad, prefabricated housing developed and built in the years immediately following World War II. Approximately 2,500 Lustron homes were erected in 36 states before corruption, scandal and a host of other challenges brought about the demise of the company. Find out what destroyed the dream and learn about the efforts to help preserve the remaining Lustrons through a new "Lustron On-Line" website.

Chicago Plan Commission

Monthly meeting. 1:00 P.M., Cook County Boardroom
Open to the public

November agenda (Adobe Acrobat format)

ARE Study Hall

6:00 - 8:00 P.M. - Perkins & Will, 330 N. Wabash Ave., Suite 3600, Chicago
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Young Architects Forum
Free event

More study sessions for the ARE. This month's host is Michael Tumminello. Note: participants must register in advance to be admitted through security in the IBM Building.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

Design Exposed: annex|5

6:00 - 7:30 P.M. - annex|5, 600 W. Fulton St., 9th Floor, Chicago
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Design KC
Free for members, $15.00 for non-members
1LU/HSW

Andrew Metter, FAIA, will present the work of the annex|5 studio, a studio created as an "annex" from A. Epstein & Sons International to provide an environment in which the design architects can focus solely on an architecturally sensitive clientele. Limited to 30 participants.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

  November 18, Saturday

Massive Change and the City: Global Visionaries Symposium

10:00 A.M. - 5 :30 P.M. - Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Millennium Park
Sponsor: Museum of Contemporary Art, City of Chicago Department of the Environment
$100.00, $75.00 for MCA members

A one-day symposium to chart the impact of urban life around the globe. Co-moderated by Bruce Mau, curator of the MCA's Massive Change exhibition, and John Callaway, host of WTTW's Friday Night and the Chicago Stories anthology series, the symposium Massive Change and the City Global Visionaries Symposium at the Harris Theaterincludes conversations by global visionaries including Jimmy Wales, founder of the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit corporation that operates Wikipedia; Gregg Easterbrook, senior editor of The New Republic and author of The Progress Paradox: How Life Gets Better While People Feel Worse; Dayna Baumeister, cofounder of the Biomimicry Guild; Stewart Brand, futurist and author of the Whole Earth Catalog, The Clock of the Long Now, and How Buildings Learn; Mary Czerwinski, cognitive psychologist and principal researcher at Microsoft; Hazel Henderson, futurist, evolutionary economist, and syndicated columnist; Gunter Pauli, founder and director of Zero Emissions Research Initiative of the United Nations University in Tokyo; and John Todd, biologist and leader in the field of ecological design. Mayor Richard M. Daley will present each speaker with a City of Chicago Global Visionaries Award during the symposium.

Purchase tickets at the Harris Theater box office, on-line, or call 312/334.7777. Information on-line.

  November 28, Tuesday

ARE Study Hall

6:00 - 8:00 P.M. - Perkins & Will, 330 N. Wabash Ave., Suite 3600, Chicago
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Young Architects Forum
Free event

More study sessions for the ARE. This month's host is Michael Tumminello. Note: participants must register in advance to be admitted through security in the IBM Building.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

November 29, Wednesday

Klein and Hoffman Recent Work

12:15 P.M. - John Buck Gallery, Chicago Architecture Foundation, 224 South Michigan
Sponsor: Chicago Architecture Foundation
Free event - Eric R. Multhauf lunchtime lecture. Guests are welcome to bring a bag lunch. A Corner Bakery is also on the premises.
1LU

Lecture by Mary Brush, AIA, Director of Preservation, Klein and Hoffman, Inc.

Information: 312/922.3432 x266  or on-line

Friends of Downtown - 25th Annual Meeting

5:00 P.M., Registration, 5:30 Program, 6:45 Reception - Law Offices of Gardner Carton & Douglas, 191 North Wacker – 37th Floor
Sponsor: Friends of Downtown

Speaker: Thomas A. Corfman, Senior Reporter, Commercial Real Estate Crain’s Chicago Business

Information: 312/458.9454 or on-line

ARE Study Hall

6:00 - 8:00 P.M. - Perkins & Will, 330 N. Wabash Ave., Suite 3600, Chicago
Sponsor: AIA Chicago Young Architects Forum
Free event

More study sessions for the ARE. This month's host is Michael Tumminello. Note: participants must register in advance to be admitted through security in the IBM Building.

Register for this event. Information: 312/670.7770

November 30, Thursday

The Residential Condo Market

7:45 A.M. Registration, 8:15 News Updates and Program - The Mid-Day Club, Chase Plaza, 21 S. Clark, 56th Floor
Sponsor: Urban Land Institute Chicago
$35.00 for ULI members $45.00 non-members, $10.00 full-time students

Rand A. Diamond, Principal, GlenStar Properties LLC, Richard Hanson, Principal, Mesa Development, LLC, and Tom Weeks, President, Related Midwest will participate in a program exploring the following questions:

• What is the status of the current Chicago condo market?
• How are changing demographics affecting the growth of the downtown
condo market?
• Will rising construction costs slow down development or will consumers
absorb the costs?
• Will large office projects continue to be converted to residential use given the amount of empty office space in Chicago
Projects to be discussed will include The Legacy at Millennium Park, Canyon Ranch Living, and 55 East Monroe.

Information. Registration on-line, complete the website's registration form by November 27th, or call 800/321.5011

Commercial Lighting and the Means of Sustainable Design

6:00 - 8 :00 P.M. - Chicago Center for Green Technology, 445 North Sacramento Boulevard
Sponsor: Chicago Center for Green Technology,
Free event. Registration required.

Presenter: Anne Kustner Haser, Anne Kustner Lighting Design

A broad spectrum of lighting design projects fall under the category of commercial
lighting including offices, public spaces, museums, retail and hospitality venues,
and exterior facades. However, the individual success of each is based upon the
thoughtful integration of basic lighting techniques, creative design solutions, and
sustainable lighting systems. In this program, learn the basics of daylighting and
energy-efficient control systems and how to integrate them effectively to achieve
a successful sustainable lighting design.

Register by calling the hotline at 312/746.9642, or by emailing your desired class and contact information.

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