Lighting for Interior Design

Author: Malcolm Innes

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Architecture

Page: 192

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Without light, interior architecture cannot be fully designed and experienced. It is one of the key tools for an interior designer, but can be a dauntingly technical subject for students. This book takes a detailed, practical look at lighting in interior design, giving students all the key information and skills they need to be able to tackle lighting successfully in their designs.

Interior Lighting for Designers

Author: Gary Gordon

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Architecture

Page: 352

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This revised edition of the successful primer thoroughly covers fundamentals of lighting design, and also serves as a handy reference for professional designers. The Fifth Edition is more comprehensive than ever, with new information on LED, energy efficiency, and other current issues. In addition, it includes more information for drawing ceiling floor plans and the application of designs to specific types of interiors projects. Considered a "key reference" for the Lighting Certified exam, no other text combines both technical and creative aspects of lighting design for beginners and novice designers.

Building Systems for Interior Designers

Author: Corky Binggeli

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Architecture

Page: 464

View: 268

Building Systems for interior designers Second Edition Corky Binggeli, asid The updated guide to technical building systems for interior designers As integral members of the building design team, interior designers share an increasingly complex and crucial role. Now revised in its second edition, Building Systems for Interior Designers remains the one go-to resource that addresses the special concerns of the interior designer within the broader context of the rest of the building design team. Building Systems for Interior Designers, Second Edition explains technical building systems and engineering issues in a clear and accessible way to interior designers. Covering systems from HVAC to water and waste to lighting, transportation, and safety, author Corky Binggeli enables interior designers to communicate more effectively with architects, engineers, and contractors; collaborate effectively on projects; and contribute to more accurate solutions for a broad range of building considerations. Among the many improvements in the Second Edition are: A deeper engagement with sustainable building design, giving the interior designer the resources needed to participate as part of a sustainable design team A reshaped structure that enhances the reader's understanding of the material Many more illustrations and explanatory captions With a host of features to make the book more up to date, easier to use, and more effective as an instructive guide, Building Systems for Interior Designers, Second Edition is a valuable book for students as well as a practical desktop reference for professionals.

Interior Lighting for Environmental Designers

Author: James L. Nuckolls

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

ISBN:

Category: Architecture

Page: 407

View: 674

An illustrated book on the principles and practice of architectural lighting of interior space. Discusses the capacities for expanding or minimizing space, the effects on colors and textures, and the atmospheric potential of lighting design. Describes the esthetic as well as the scientific procedures inherent to lighting design.

Lighting Design Basics

Author: Mark Karlen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Architecture

Page: 272

View: 310

-Provides fundamental concepts and prescriptive techniques, including the latest on LEDs, in a concise, highly visual format---

Interior Lighting

Author: Darren Du

Publisher: Design Media Pub Limited

ISBN:

Category: Architecture

Page: 239

View: 154

Lighting is the most effective creator of ambience in the interior. Since lighting was introduced into homes, it has played the most important role in our daily life. Lighting has become an integral part of interior design. It enriches our spaces and affects our visual and psychological experience-even our working efficiency. Moreover, lighting can change our perception of a space. Appropriate lighting design can personalize your space and establish a charm of your own. In this book, lighting design is approached from three perspectives: lighting of interior spaces, lighting as interior decoration, and lighting as interior atmosphere. With an abundance of pictures and detailed introductions, you can see the role that lighting plays in interior design and the effects it can bring. The book will be an inspiring reference for interior designers and other readers alike.

Architectural Lighting Design

A Practical Guide

Author: Admir Jukanovic

Publisher: The Crowood Press

ISBN:

Category: Architecture

Page: 160

View: 286

Where do you start if you want to light an interior space? What is the best colour temperature for your design scheme? What do you need to consider when choosing LED lamps and luminaires? Architectural Lighting Design answers these questions and more in a comprehensive introduction to the design, application and techniques of lighting interior spaces. Using real examples of successful lighting schemes, experienced designer Admir Jukanovic explains the fundamentals of lamps and luminaires, and how to meet the requirements of a design brief. Topics include treatments and techniques for lighting designs; tips for understanding the deliverables and fulfilling brief; the five project phases, from concept to commission and the common pitfalls to avoid when using artificial lighting in architecture. An invaluable book that gives an introduction to the design, application and techniques of lighting interior spaces. Will appeal to students, aspiring lighting designers, architects, interior designers and electrical engineers. Gives details on treatments and techniques for lighting designs; lighting design schemes; specification sheets; load schedules and much, much more. Fully illustrated with 102 colour photographs and 181 colour line artworks. Admir Jukanovic is an award-winning lighting designer with fifteen years' experience in the industry.

Interior Design

Author: Jenny Gibbs

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Interior decoration

Page: 192

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Offering a thorough grounding in the principles of interior design, this book describes the qualities and skills needed to become an interior designer, examines the varied career opportunities available and gives a balanced inside view of the business today. Its broad, up-to-date approach unites history, theory and practice. Subjects covered include: how to develop a brief with a client; presentations and sample boards; choosing materials and designs; project planning and management. The book aims to inform and inspire as well as to equip new designers with a valuable route-guide to the profession. Principally written for interior design students, it will also serve as a reliable manual for aspiring amateurs.

Lighting Design

A Perception-Based Approach

Author: Christopher Cuttle

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Architecture

Page: 136

View: 909

By reading this book, you will develop the skills to perceive a space and its contents in light, and be able to devise a layout of luminaires that will provide that lit appearance. Written by renowned lighting expert Christopher (Kit) Cuttle, the book: explains the difference between vision and perception, which is the distinction between providing lighting to make things visible, and providing it to influence the appearance of everything that is visible; demonstrates how lighting patterns generated by three-dimensional objects interacting with directional lighting are strongly influential upon how the visual perception process enables us to recognize object attributes, such as lightness, colourfulness, texture and gloss; reveals how a designer who understands the role of these lighting patterns in the perceptual process may employ them either to reveal, or to subdue, or to enhance the appearance of selected object attributes by creating appropriate spatial distributions of light; carefully explains calculational techniques and provides easy-to-use spreadsheets, so that layouts of lamps and luminaires are derived that can be relied upon to achieve the required illumination distributions. Practical lighting design involves devising three-dimensional light fields that create luminous hierarchies related to the visual significance of each element within a scene. By providing you with everything you need to develop a design concept - from the understanding of how lighting influences human perceptions of surroundings, through to engineering efficient and effective lighting solutions – Kit Cuttle instills in his readers a new-found confidence in lighting design.

Lighting for Driving

Roads, Vehicles, Signs, and Signals

Author: Peter R. Boyce

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 371

View: 590

Integrates Vehicle, Signal, and Road Lighting into a Unified System Many people drive many miles after dark and rely on lighting to help them gather information about the road ahead and the presence and intentions of other people on and near the road. With new technology on the industry’s horizon, Lighting for Driving: Roads, Vehicle, Signs and Signals conveys the crucial role lighting plays in road safety and examines how it could be used more effectively. Authored by a lighting and visibility expert, this book explains the thinking and scientific reasoning behind various forms of lighting and analyzes their contribution to the driver’s understanding of real and potential road hazards. Filled with useful information, this resource straightforwardly addresses a wide range of safety factors encountered in real driving situations, such as weather conditions, complex signage, and driver age. It also deals with the often-ignored consequences of too much light, such as light trespass and sky glow. Comprehensively Explores the Field, Emphasizing Improved Safety Vehicle, road, sign, and signal lighting are provided to enable drivers to reach their destinations quickly and safely. However, the attention given to how these forms of lighting function is likely to change as new technology is introduced and understanding of ergonomics and human factors improves. This book effectively illustrates how these forms of lighting can be modified to work together to best provide a coherent flow of information to the driver.