Date: 31 March, 2021
Time: 6:30-7:30 PM
Registration: Please follow this link
Now that many Provincial Governments have mandated that we all work from home, it’s important, now more than ever, for working professionals to find a balance between working from home and maintaining a healthy personal life. One way to accomplish this is by seeking the expertise of a design professional to create a functional and beautiful home office. This webinar is ideal for professionals with busy careers and households who may not have the time or know-how to set up their ideal home office. Perhaps you’ve tried to do-it-yourself but your current home office lacks appropriate lighting, has an awkward layout and doesn’t really reflect your professional brand.
In this 45-minute session, I’ll break down the following topics, followed by a 30 minute Q&A session:
1. The fundamentals for space planning, particularly when converting a spare bedroom into an office
2. Appropriate task and ambient lighting for work and virtual meetings
3. How to infuse your personal and professional brand into your office, and perhaps say goodbye to generic digital backgrounds
I’ll also be doing a give-away for a 1-hour virtual design consultation for those interested in participating in the draw (valued at $200)!
Amanda Lwanga is a licensed Professional Engineer, with over 12 years of experience in design and Project Management. As the Founder and Creative Director of Linger Design Studio, she works closely with trusted Developers, Builders, General Contractors and Artisans who are exceptional in their respective fields. Her education and career are rooted in the sciences. In 2007 Amanda completed a Bachelor’s of Applied Science in Environmental Systems Engineering and then in 2016, a Masters of Advanced Studies in Architecture – focusing on regenerative design. Linger Design Studio serves homeowners and businesses across Canada who are seeking to reduce their impact on the environment while basking in an elevated space. As a strong believer in inter-disciplinary problem solving, Amanda believes that art, science, and design are all governed by similar principles.
“Whether you’re balancing the composition of a painting or a stoichiometric equation, the process of striking balance is essential to producing a successful outcome. Though different mediums and tools are used, there is a general order of operations. The ability to assess and re-shape problems from different perspectives often yields the most meaningful results.”