Barn Light Electric Approved by American Institute of Architects to Offer CEU Course on RLM Lighting

August 16 [addtoany]

TITUSVILLE, Fla. (August 15, 2019) —As one of America’s premier manufacturers of RLM lighting, Barn Light Electric is now offering CEU coursework on the history and manufacturing of this iconic fixture.

“We break down the anatomy of RLM lighting including its vast history, artisan manufacturing techniques, specific light distributions, porcelain enamel finishing, and real-world applications,” says Cole Paulson, Southeast Regional Sales Manager for Barn Light Electric, who created the materials. Paulson recently presented to a group of architects and designers in Kansas City who earned CEU credits and expanded their knowledge in the decorative lighting field.

“In a world of constant innovation and development, it’s imperative to stay up to date with the latest technology,” Paulson adds. “While the RLM style of lighting dates back more than 100 years, it is constantly changing with new improvements and technologies. This course makes professionals aware that there is much more to RLM lighting than purely aesthetics.”

As America’s only manufacturer of porcelain enamel lighting, Barn Light Electric is uniquely poised to share their knowledge of this finishing technique. For lighting professionals wishing to see these fixtures manufactured first-hand, Paulson offers the RLM class at Barn Light’s manufacturing facility in Titusville, Florida. Tours and the CEU course are coordinated by Barn Light’s commercial representatives who are located across the country.