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PD Thursday | The Language of Lighting

Our favourite ‘Lady of Light’ is returning to KBDi to deliver a must-see session on the language of lighting. Adele Locke (MINT Lighting Design) will share her wisdom about how to best communicate with home owners and electricians when it comes to selecting and specifying luminaires.

You’ll discover the difference between watts and lumens (and when it matters), learn how to have a Kelvin conversation and get all amped up about voltage. Adele will also outline the role of a lighting designer, and discuss when you should consider handing over the reins to a lighting pro.

Places are limited (with priority allocation going to KBDi Designer Members). Register TODAY and we’ll confirm your spot via email.


Event registrations have now closed. Please call 1300 253 223 for access to the video conference.

*Note: Australian Daylight Saving Time (ADST) applies to NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and ACT only. In Queensland, this session will commence at 3pm (AEST), and WA should clock in at 1pm (AWST). SA guests should note a 3.30pm (ACDT) start.


29 Oct 2020


4:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Zoom Video Conferencing


1300 253 223


  • Adele Locke
    Adele Locke
    MINT Lighting Design

    Adele Locke is a self-confessed lighting geek with a passion for well-considered, effective and inspiration lighting. Her background spans all facets of lighting, from luminaire manufacturing and bespoke lighting design to large scale commercial projects, management and architectural lighting design.

    Adele is the Immediate Past President (2017) of the Illuminating Engineers Society of Australia and New Zealand, a Corporate Member of the BDAV Building Designers Association of Victoria and an Affiliate Member of KBDi.

    She enjoys educating and training anyone interested in light – from architects to designers to electricians and homeowners. Adele is also often invited to be the keynote speaker for TAFE students, industry groups and associations and special interest groups, and is a regular teacher at Laneway Learning in Melbourne.