Architectural Lighting Design

Architectural Lighting Design

by Gary R. Steffy
ISBN-10:
0442207611
ISBN-13:
9780442207618
Pub. Date:
11/13/1990
Publisher:
Wiley

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Architectural Lighting Design

Architectural Lighting Design, Second Edition provides the programming prowess, technical background, aesthetic fundamentals, and practical knowledge needed to design interior and exterior lighting for homes, businesses, institutions, hotels, restaurants, and more.

This completely revised, fully updated, and expanded edition presents creative techniques for visualizing lighted spaces. It covers important new topics such as lighting and health, ADA issues, computer modeling techniques, light trespass and light pollution, sustainability, and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780442207618
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 11/13/1990
Pages: 202

Table of Contents

Prefacevii
Acknowledgmentsvii
Background1
1.1Conventions2
1.2Defining the problem--it's about vision3
1.3The industry4
1.4Organizations5
1.5Codes, standards, and legislative actions6
1.6Certification--the NCQLP7
1.7Education8
1.8Continuing education8
1.9Publications9
1.10The Internet10
1.11Endnotes10
The Problem11
2.1Physiology11
2.2The eye11
2.3Color vision14
2.4Adaptation16
2.5Accommodation17
2.6Aging17
2.7Astigmatism19
2.8Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)19
2.9Circadian rhythm19
2.10Psychology20
2.11Endnotes21
2.12General References21
Project Scope23
3.1Project specifics23
3.2Programming27
3.3Schematic design28
3.4Design development29
3.5Contract documents30
3.6Construction administration31
Programming33
4.1Inventorying conditions of existing space(s)33
4.2Inventorying givens for planned space(s)38
4.3Establishing design goals42
4.4Spatial factors43
4.5Psychological and physiological factors58
4.6Task factors71
4.7Lighting criteria and priorities88
4.8Programming statement88
4.9Endnotes88
4.10General References89
Schematic Design91
5.1Assessing architecture91
5.2Preliminary design92
5.3The budget94
Daylighting99
6.1Defining daylighting99
6.2Assessing daylight99
6.3Daylight media101
6.4Daylight analysis107
6.5Daylight and electric light integration108
6.6Endnotes109
6.7General References109
Lamps111
7.1Lamp families111
7.2Incandescent lamps112
7.3Cold cathode lamps124
7.4Fluorescent lamps128
7.5High intensity discharge lamps139
7.6Electrodeless lamps142
7.7Mixing lamps on a project143
7.8Lamp caveats143
7.9Endnotes144
7.10General References144
Luminaires145
8.1Lighting hardware145
8.2Luminaire construction147
8.3Luminaire appearance148
8.4Luminaire photometry148
8.5Manufacturers' literature149
8.6Specific luminaires149
8.7Lighting details163
8.8General References163
Controls165
9.1Switches (on/off operation)165
9.2Switches (on/dimming/off operation)166
9.3Networked switching166
9.4Preset switching168
9.5Timeclocks169
9.6Motion sensors170
9.7Photocells170
9.8Switching strategies171
9.9Device styles, arrangements, and function171
Design Tools173
10.1Qualitative design tools173
10.2Quantitative design tools179
10.3Endnotes193
Contract Documents195
11.1Reflected ceiling plans195
11.2Design details196
11.3Specifications196
11.4Luminaire cutsheets256
11.5Controls specifications257
11.6Endnotes257
Construction261
12.1Contract document review261
12.2Bidding and cost magnitudes261
12.3Shop drawings269
12.4Construction assistance271
12.5Lighting review and aiming observation271
12.6System commissioning276
12.7Post occupancy evaluation276
12.8Endnotes276
Index277

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