The topic of the IESNE's November meeting is "Cove Lighting: The Unseen Light." It will take place Wednesday, November 14, 2001, 2-4:00pm, at the Boston Design Center at One Design Center Place, in Seminar Suite 548. This meeting is free to IESNE members and non-members alike. For reservations call 401-233-4412 or fax 401-233-4415.

Moderator will be Robin Doerfler, an independent lighting designer; speakers will be Jeffrey Berg of Berg/Howland Associates, and Franz Euler of Litecontrol Corporation. They will discuss different fixtures and lamp types available and will review some of the challenges to anticipate with cove lighting, including lamp selection considerations, incorporating architectural features and finishes, and construction dos and don'ts.

Franz Euler is a product engineer at Litecontrol Corporation. Since graduating from RPI he has concentrated in the area of indirect fixture development. In 1984 he developed the first fluorescent cove fixture with a specular asymmetric reflector. He has taught lighting at Chamberlayne School of Interior Design as well as various IES courses.

Jeffrey T. Berg is an award-winning lighting designer as well as a registered architect and a principal of Berg/Howland Associates Inc. In 23 years as a lighting consultant he has worked on designs for a variety of commercial, institutional, and residential projects around the world. Berg was Critic in Lighting Design at the Yale University School of Architecture and he has taught architectural lighting at RISD and Roger Williams College. His work has been published in , Architectural Lighting, Design Times, and the Boston Globe, and he is well-known to the industry's lecture curcuit.

Robin Doerfler has a consulting business in customized lighting design in Belmont, MA. Since graduating with an interior design/business degree she has been working in the interior design field, and she teaches a lighting course at the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University.