This book provides basic theoretical information on environmental objectives and the process of visual perception and human needs as they relate to lighting design. Conventional strategies are analyzed and new methods explained, and practical objectives for lighting and their design implications are developed. The process of lighting is fully covered from programming through post-occupancy evaluation, including the use of models and mock-ups. Cost and energy savings are stressed throughout. This book should be of interest to professional architects, interior designers, landscape architects, lighting engineers, and undergraduates, graduates and college students of lighting design.
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