Talks

UPCOMING TALKS

“Shining a Light on Home Modifications”

Occupational Therapy Association of Colorado Annual Convention
Blackhawk, Colorado, September 22, 2017

“Creative Ways to Daylight Your Kitchen & Bath”

NKBA (National Kitchen & Bath Association) 
Columbia River Chapter, Portland, OR
October 19, 2017
 

RECENT TALKS

"Show Your Work in a Better Light"  (Live webinar)

National Kitchen & Bath Association, May 30, 2017

“The Ins and Outs of Lighting and Daylighting” (3hrs.)

JLC Live! (Journal of Light Construction Live)  
New England, Providence, R.I. March 23, 2017.  

“Yay or Nay: 2nd Annual Design Review Panel”

Saving Places, CPI (Colorado Preservation Inc.) Conference,
Denver, February 2017,

“Show Your Work in a Better Light”

KBIS 2017, (Kitchen & Bath Industry Show)
Orlando, FL, Jan 2017, 
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.

JLC Live!

Northwest, Portland, OR, December 2016 

“Show Your Work in a Better Light”

AIBD (American Institute of Building Design)  Summer Conference,
Denver, August 2016

“Restoring, Rehabilitating, and Renovating Historic & Existing Homes”

CPI Conference, Saving Places,
Denver, February 2016

“Show Your Work in a Better Light” and
“Designing Additions to Historic & Existing Buildings”

JLC Live! NW,
Portland, OR, December 2015 

“Sympathetic Additions to Historic and Existing Buildings”
with Dennis Humphries, AIA

Traditional Building Show,
Denver, CO October 2015

“Lighting the Kitchen and Bath After the Sun Goes Down” and
“Daylighting the Kitchen & Bath”

KBIS 2015,
Las Vegas, NV, January 2015

“Sympathetic Additions to Historic & Existing Buildings”
with Andy Duckett-Emke.

APA(American Planning Association)  Colorado,
Crested Butte, COOctober 2014

“Lighting & Daylighting for Seniors (and the rest of us!) with Paul Brady, AIA

Environments for Aging Conference,
Anaheim, CA, May 2014

Doug Walter is thanked daily in our home…He was a pleasure to work with, creative in his solutions, artistic in his designs, and attentive in his ability to translate our vision to the reality of this project. Because any renovation can be stressful, Doug’s sense of humor and his light touch were invaluable. I still chuckle over some of the things he did to make the process more enjoyable.
— Tracy D. -Denver