November 18, 2021 - November 25, 2021
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The IES Ottawa is hosting an in-person and virtual luncheon and guest speaker!
Date: Thursday, November 18th, 2021
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Location: KS on the Keys, 1029 Dazé St, Ottawa, ON K1V 2G3
Course: 1 hour, Intermediate Level
In-Person (Lunch included – food only) – $45 +hst
Virtual (Non-Member) – $25 +hst
Virtual (Member) – Free
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If you need more information or are unsure which ticket to select, please email [email protected].
Join the IES Ottawa and guest speaker Deborah Gottesman, P.Eng., MBA, LC, Assoc.IALD for this 1 hour Luncheon.
What does it really take to achieve extreme energy efficiency, and is it cost effective?
Is it possible to achieve extreme energy efficiency across all disciplines and still be a shining example of great design? The renovation of the Ontario Association of Architects’ (OAA) Headquarters building did just that. What did this mean for the lighting design? It needed to honour the existing architecture, create flexible comfortable spaces, and control and leverage the abundance of daylight.
The OAA project (now completed) serves as our case study to help demystify how to effectively incorporate the free light of the sun. We begin with daylight modeling and discuss how it informed the work of other disciplines, as well as the impact on electrical lighting design and control strategy. Finally, we take a detailed look at the financial implications to answer the question: Is it really worth it?
This project illustrates best practices to produce attractive, workable and cost-effective solutions while maintaining the architectural integrity of the building. It has been recognized internationally five times across all facets of light including lighting design, controls, and energy efficiency.
At the end of the seminar, attendees will:
1. Understand the value of daylight modeling and how it informs electrical lighting, lighting controls, and glare control,
2. Recognize the value of the integrated design process,
3. Appreciate the critical value of lighting controls, and
4. Realize the possibility of achieving extreme energy efficiency without compromising aesthetics.
As an added bonus for Ottawa Section, this seminar will be introduced by Toon Dreessen, President of Architects DCA, and OAA past-president.
Meet the Speaker
Deborah Gottesman, P.Eng., MBA, LC, Assoc.IALD
Principal, Gottesman Associates
Deborah Gottesman is the principal of Gottesman Associates, an award-winning architectural lighting design firm established in 1999, with distinctive expertise in sustainability and heritage applications. Deborah’s 30+ years in all facets of the lighting industry, including design, engineering, management, education, and manufacturing gives her a unique contextual understanding of lighting from all perspectives.
Deborah has successfully worked on projects in many sectors, and has taught lighting at all levels to a wide audience from students to senior architects. A past president of the Toronto Section Illuminating Engineering Society, Deborah has been involved in the IES at local, regional, and international levels, and was awarded the Toronto Section Service Award in 2013.