Lightfair International 2002 (LFI) will be held in San Francisco at the Moscone Convention Center. Pre-Conference workshops will be held Sunday, June 2, with the trade show and conference Monday to Wednesday, June 3-5. LFI 2002 will be the largest San Francisco event to date with over 400 exhibiting companies occupying approximately 1,150 booths in Halls A, B, C, and the Gateway Ballroom, with an expected attendance of over 17,000 architectural, engineering, design, and end-user professionals from around the world.

The New Product Showcase & Awards Presentation will kick off the show on Monday, June 3, in the Grand Ballroom at the Palace Hotel. Awards will include Best New Product of the Year, Technical Innovation, Design Excellence, Energy, the Roeder Award, Judges Citation Award, and Best of Category Awards, plus Best Booth Awards and Image Awards, recognizing exhibitor excellence in pre-event marketing campaigns.

The LFI committee has established 10 Pre-Conference Workshops and 27 Conference seminars. All will provide Learning Unit/CEU/LEU credits (upon association approval) for AIA, ASID, IESNA, IIDA, and NCQLP. A detailed listing of speakers will be announced in the coming months.

Pre-Conference Workshops

  • Understanding Photometrics

  • Advanced Photometrics

  • Office Lighting Design Studio

  • Retail Lighting Design Studio

  • LED Technology

  • Energy and Environment Codes and Issues-Strategies for Sustainable Designs - Part 1

  • Energy and Environment Codes and Issues-Strategies for Sustainable Designs - Part 2

  • Lamp, Color, Visibility, Safety and Security

  • Cutting Edge Retrofitting and Relighting

  • NCQLP LC Review Workshop

Conference Seminars

Track 1: Energy, Technology & Codes

  • Lamp & Ballast Update

  • North American Energy Issues

  • Pro-Active Energy Effective Design

  • Impact of Mercury Legislation on the Lighting Industry

  • LEDs Past, Present and Future

  • It's a Material Thing: Optical Control

Track 2: Sense & Sensibilities of Lighting

  • Lighting with a Passion

  • Light as Art

  • Shaping Your Vision

  • Lighting as a Second Language

  • History of Light and Lighting

Track 3: Design Environments

  • Lighting for Schools

  • Restaurant Lighting

  • Up with Uplighting!

  • Sports Lighting

  • Hot News and How-Tos on Lighting Quality

  • Theatrical Lighting Instruments in Architectural Applications

  • Custom Fixture Design: Who Designs What?

Track 4: Exterior Lighting

  • Seeing in the Dark: Mesopic Lighting for Exteriors

  • Managing Outdoor Lighting

  • Lighting The Seasons

Track 5: Life of the Project--Design, Construction & Maintenance

  • Retail Maintenance

  • Final Touch

  • Concept to Reality

  • South America: The Emerging Marketplace

  • More Than Just a Pretty Face

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