This webinar is AIA approved for one Health, Safety, and Welfare Learning Unity (LU/HSW).
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Members of the National Institute of Building Sciences’ Low Vision Design Committee, which exercises a multidisciplinary approach to empower those with low vision in their quest to lead independent and fulfilled lives, will reprise their presentation from the 2017 and 2018 Environments for Aging Expo & Conference. The team will share basic principles and some evidence-based guidance that designers can employ as they integrate building, interior, and lighting systems into supportive environments for the 17 million Americans who live within the spectrum of low vision.
- Examine rules and tools to design environments for those with low vision.
- Compare new proposed standards with general design codes and standards.
- Learn about lighting design measurements and considerations to help design healthy visual environments.
- Share and contribute knowledge toward the development of a national standard for low vision.
Greg Guarnaccia, LC, LEED AP, IES--Principal, DoublEdge Design, LLC
Erin Schambureck, MFA, NCIDQ, LEED AP--Interior Designer, CRW architecture + design group
Edd Soenke, FCSI, AIA, CCS, NCARB, NIBS--Owner, The Design Partnership, Architects