Showing posts with label home interior best practices. Show all posts
Showing posts with label home interior best practices. Show all posts

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Interior Design Masterclass on Home Lighting & Automation

We are all set to host our second Residential Interior Design Masterclass - this one will be on Home Lighting and Automation. See additional details below and if you are interested in attending then please register asap as we have capacity to host not more than 10 families. Do help spread the word as well by sharing this post so that others  making their homes may benefit from this workshop.

Cheers

Nandita


Masterclass Details:

Our second Masterclass on Residential Interior Design Best Practices will cover Home Lighting and Automation. With a select audience of home-makers we will go through

1. Mood based Lighting - How lighting affects moods and illuminance
2. Types of lighting & importance of layering of lighting
3. How to make arrangement for lighting during the construction phase
4. Types of light fittings and which to use where
5. Actual hands on demo of Home Automation and what it can do for your home

The audience is restricted to folks planning to do up their own homes. Design students and interior design professionals may please not register.

To Register click here : http://go.eventshigh.com/11n7j

Note that each registration would allow entry to a couple.

About the Presenter:

Nandita Manwani is among the most respected Interior Designers in Bangalore and is the founder of The Studio by Nandita Manwani (https://thestudiobangalore.com) - a design & interior-works company focused exclusively on Residential Interiors. She is also the author of the most read blog on home interiors in the country (refer www.homedesignbangalore.com).

Nandita is a regular guest columnist with Deccan Herald & her work has featured across various national and international print & digital media. She was recently ranked among the top women interior designers in Bangalore and as one of the top upcoming interior designers in India.


Over the last decade helping people realize their dream called home has been her passion, much more than just a profession.