IFDA NY CEU June 29: Reflective Luminarie Manufacture Lighting

You will discover the world and history of Reflective Luminarie Manufacture Lighting. Learn about the key individuals who influenced the “RLM ” style, and the manufacturing techniques commonly used to create these fixtures as well as the different decorative finishing methods.

We’ll breakdown the complete anatomy of this popular fixture and its relevant use in real world applications.

Explore with us, porcelain enameling and other artisan manufacturing techniques.

The IFDA Enlightenment Series

Monday, June 29th 10:00 AM
Via Zoom

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Cole Paulson, Our presenter.

Cole Paulson, a UCF graduate and Regional Sales Manager, started at Barn Light in 2017 in the manufacturing facility, hand-crafting light fixtures by day and studying original RLM lighting by night. He worked through each department from the machine shop to the shipping area with a concentrated focus on learning the artisan porcelain enameling process of light fixtures. Eventually graduating into a sales position years later and utilizing his UCF degree, Cole is proud to educate designers, architects, and lighting professionals with a desire to learn, on the RLM style of lighting.

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The International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA), founded in New York City in 1947 with 11 chapters worldwide, provides a professional forum for communication and interaction among its high-profile members. The IFDA, a not-for-profit volunteer-run association, also promotes career advancement and educational opportunities and is structured to increase public awareness of the furnishings and design industry through specialized programming, networking and service to the community.