Talks

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“Rewriting the Rules on Residential Lighting"

LIGHTSHOW WEST

Las Vegas, NV, October 17, 2018

 Jeni Finnigan, OTR/L and Doug Walter, Architect

Jeni Finnigan, OTR/L and Doug Walter, Architect

“Lighting the Way to Improved Wellness at Home”

NKBA Rocky Mountain Chapter Meeting

Denver, CO October 25, 2018

 

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 Doug speaks frequently to NKBA Chapter meetings around the country. Here, he shares his original research and case studies with a Denver audience.

Doug speaks frequently to NKBA Chapter meetings around the country. Here, he shares his original research and case studies with a Denver audience.

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“The best presentation to help understand the key issue with lighting design that I’ve ever been exposed to.”
”Awesome; loved that it was both basic and advanced.”
— Comments from attendees at KBIS 2018 talk, rated 4.77 out of 5