As a component of the Lighting Fundamentals class in the spring semester, junior-level students were challenged to design a custom light fixture that would enhance their retail studio projects.
Students enrolled in both Associate Professor Amy Huber’s lighting class and Instructor Maxim Nasab’s Computer-Aided Design 2 class worked the design process through three phases of development to create a unique product custom-designed for a retail environment of their own design. With the support of their professors, the students were able to overcome hurdles of learning remotely. Using rendering software, students depicted the digital three-dimensional fixtures in place within the retail environment and also produced detail drawings that explain their construction, skills that will enhance their graduating portfolios. We are excited to share with you a glimpse of the impressive work they produced here.