The LIGHTFAIR® International (LFI®) Conference brings together top lighting and design experts.
The LIGHTFAIR International Conference and in-depth Pre-Conference Institute – the lighting industry's most renowned educational program. Designed to educate attendees on the industry’s latest trends, innovations and solutions, LFI courses give you the knowledge you want and the CEUs/Learning Units you need.
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Conference at a Glance
The newest additions to the Conference are two exciting Forums focusing on two relevant and timely topics: Healthcare and Hospitality.
LFI Healthcare Lighting Forum
LFI Hospitality Lighting Forum
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Focus on Integrated Design
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the LIGHTFAIR® International 2014 Conference curriculum will champion integrated design as a central theme linking all courses, workshops and seminars in common focus to illustrate how technology, tools, problem-solving and inspiration converge in contemporary practice.
The integrated design focus is advanced by the 2014 LFI Conference Advisory Committee to recognize the need for the creation of socially responsible, effective and aesthetically pleasing environments. The LIGHTFAIR 2014 Conference will create a vibrant atmosphere in which experts from diverse disciplines come together to present, discuss, debate, exchange and explore best practices and emerging concepts.
Inspiration sessions address rule-breakers, creators of new pathways, re-defining the human experience within the built environment.
Technology and Tools sessions address new and innovative elements in areas such as software, sources, luminaire components, controls, alternative/solar energy sources, daylighting and beyond.
Problem-Solving sessions address the process of achieving a viable solution through the successful combination of ideas. Situations may range from business-related issues to technology and design.
Integrated Design sessions address the holistic design process of a product or an environment that incorporates the collaboration of design professionals, manufacturers, builders, owners and/or end-users.
Course options have been carefully developed to cover a wide array of the most relevant topics in the industry and provide AIA, ASLA, BOMI, IDCEC and IES accreditation (upon individual association approval). ASLA members should check with local chapters regarding national accreditation. Completed AIA forms will be sent it to the AIA by LFI as the provider.
In an effort to be environmentally friendly, PRINTED HANDOUTS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ONSITE for any seminars and workshops.Only the in-depth 1-day and 2-day Institute courses will have printed handouts provided to participants at the Conference. All other course handouts – for all workshops and seminars – will be available online for registered course attendees to download prior to the Conference via their registration log-in.