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Interior Lighting: Living in the luminous field; How much light is needed?; How lighting levels are set; Ensuring visual comfort; The importance of illuminance variation and the role played by shadows; Colour in lighting; The lit appearance of the room and the occupants; Calculations in lighting design; The Lumen Method, a common way of lighting a general working area; The significance of mounting height in an interior lighting installation; Energy management; Electric lighting: Light sources and luminaries; Lighting for offices; Lighting for workshops and industrial premises; Lighting for educational buildings and sports halls; Lighting for shops and stalls; Lighting for public buildings and atria; Domestic lighting; The importance of daylighting; Calculations for daylighting. Exterior Lighting: Outdoor sports lighting; Displaying a building after dark; Amenity lighting; Street Lighting; Main road lighting. Conclusion. Appendices.
* Provides a comprehensive source of information on lighting design for a wide range of building types * The latest text from a respected author and lighting designer * Core information presented provides an indispensable learning tool for students, and for professionals as part of their continuing professional development
He has previously worked as a senior Lighting Engineer and Academic Vice Dean, while his wide and varied consultancy work has included the design of large scale industrial photometers, a study of hospital lighting, a major office lighting study and he was invlolved in the UK government's Millennium Commission project for the floodlighting of churches.
'this is a valuable educational and reference source for those starting their careers in building design and electrical services' The Society of Light and Lighting Newsletter, May 2004