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The Lutron RAFT The CLEAR Design Ride. Design Phase 2 Lighting Investigation Lighting Design. Your system is only as good as the lights that you control! You must know “what you are working with!”. Design Phase 2 – The Lighting Investigation. Switch Leg Consideration

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design phase 2 lighting investigation lighting design

Design Phase 2Lighting InvestigationLighting Design

Your system is only as good

as the lights that you control!

You must know “what you are working with!”

design phase 2 the lighting investigation
Design Phase 2 – The Lighting Investigation

Switch Leg Consideration

  • Switch Leg Identity & Number of Switch Legs
  • Switch Leg Placement
  • Purpose of Switch Legs, from a Lighting Design Perspective
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Design Phase 2 – The Lighting Investigation

Lighting Factors to Consider, Per Switch Leg

  • Light Source Technology or “Load Type”
  • Lamp Type
  • Voltage Type / Transformer Type
  • Wattage
  • Light Fixture Type (Luminaire)
  • Fixture Angle
  • Dimming Controls appropriate, for Each Switch Leg
retrofit lighting upgrade techniques
Retrofit Lighting Upgrade Techniques
  • Add table and floor lamps to the space
    • Flexible and effective way to add a layer of light to the space
    • No high voltage install required
    • Simple way to add drama
    • PS, table and floor lamps may already represent a “decent chunk” of the lighting within the home! If you forget to control them, in the design process, you will regret it.
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Retrofit Lighting Upgrade Techniques
  • Have an electrician remove “unattractive lighting” and replace it with “attractive” lighting, which produces a pleasant light effect, while utilizing existing switch legs
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Retrofit Lighting Upgrade Techniques
  • Have the electrician “break up” switch legs for more flexibility in layering light and ultimately, in scene design
    • This techniques applies more in a remodel application
tada lighting design basics
TADA Lighting Design Basics

Task

Ambient

Decorative

Accent

tada lighting design basics task lighting
TADA Lighting Design Basics – Task Lighting
  • Specific light used to assist in performing a task
  • Example: working, eating, getting dressed (vanity) or walking down a path
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TADA Lighting Design Basics – Ambient Lighting
  • General “spatial” light
  • “The Right Light” enhances the look of a space and the people in it
  • Inspire mood, warmth, ambiance and comfort
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TADA Lighting Design Basics – Decorative Lighting

  • The fixture itself is meant to enhance décor, it becomes a design element (chandelier, high-end Pendant)
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TADA Lighting Design Basics – Accent Lighting

  • Scenario 1: This Light is designed to enhance the look of an object, in order to illuminate its beauty, add drama - un-lock its potential
    • Accenting Art
    • Accenting Furniture
    • Accenting Architectural Elements (Archway, Rotunda, etc)
    • Accenting Landscape and Water Features
  • Scenario 2: This light is designed to be an accent in of itself
    • A “Light Effect”
    • A “splash of light,” to add flare
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