Interior Lighting for Designers

Author: Gary Gordon

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118417712

Category: Architecture

Page: 352

View: 6134

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.

Lighting for Interior Design

Author: Malcolm Innes

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing

ISBN: 9781856698368

Category: Architecture

Page: 192

View: 9220

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.

Architectural Lighting

Designing With Light And Space

Author: Hervé Descottes,Cecilia E. Ramos

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 1616892099

Category: Architecture

Page: 144

View: 524

Architectural Lighting, the latest addition to the Architecture Briefs series, provides both a critical approach to and a conceptual framework for understanding the application of lighting in the built environment. The key considerations of lighting design are illuminated through accessible texts and instructional diagrams. Six built projects provide readers with concrete examples of the ways in which these principles are applied. Short essays by architect Steven Holl, artist Sylvain Dubuisson, and landscape architect James Corner explore the role of lighting in defining spatial compositions.

Interior lighting for environmental designers

Author: James L. Nuckolls

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: N.A

Category: Architecture

Page: 407

View: 7924

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.

Designing With Light

The Art, Science and Practice of Architectural Lighting Design

Author: Jason Livingston

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118740475

Category: Architecture

Page: 336

View: 3356

"For those studing to be a lighting designer or interior designer, Designing with Light offers a comprehensive introduction to the aesthetics, technology, and practice of lighting design. Beginning with a look at the lighting design profession, Livingston describes the physics of light, human perception of light (including psychology), and goes on to describe lamps and fixtures in use today, as well as those on the horizon. Communication of design ideas and the design process is emphasized, urging the reader to think about how the design will make a space should look and feel. The practicalities of documenting the design, and consideration of architectural details, lighting controls, photometrics and calculations are explained in a clear manner, with ancillary exercises and pedagogy to help give the reader a working knowledge. Finally, issues of sustainability (including daylighting), lighting and health, and building and energy codes are each addressed in their own chapters.This complete guide is attractively illustrated throughout in color and sure to be the reference resource of choice for anyone performing lighting design"--

21st Century Lighting Design

Author: Alyn Griffiths

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1472503139

Category: Architecture

Page: 248

View: 9415

The book presents over 100 beautiful and innovative lighting designs across domestic, commercial and architectural settings, mapping the trends in the discipline over the last decade.

Residential Lighting

A Practical Guide

Author: Randall Whitehead

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471450559

Category: Architecture

Page: 247

View: 9526

Residential Lighting is the complete guide to illuminating single–family homes. Examines the "how" behind the art of residential lighting. Emphasizes use of "light layering"–using variety of lighting sources together. Features more illustrations, room–based design strategies, common lighting mistakes, and a larger color section.

Photoshop® for Interior Designers

A Nonverbal Communication

Author: Suining Ding

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1609015444

Category: Architecture

Page: 200

View: 717

Provides step-by-step demonstrations that integrate Adobe Photoshop, AutoCAD, Google Sketchup, freehand drawings and Adobe InDesign to create visual presentations.

Detailing Light

Integrated Lighting Solutions for Residential and Contract Design

Author: Jean Gorman

Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications

ISBN: N.A

Category: Architecture

Page: 208

View: 3578

In this overview of lighting design, a variety of architectural spaces are profiled to show lighting that meets highly specific demands.

Architectural Lighting Design

Author: Gary Steffy

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471386384

Category: Architecture

Page: 280

View: 9963

More than 35% new material, including more than 80 new color and black-and-white illustrations. * Addresses new topics, such as light and health, ADA criteria and issues, value engineering, computer modeling techniques, and more. * Covers major programming issues in lighting design and presents creative techniques for conceptualizing and visualizing lighted spaces. * Describes a wide range of tools and methods for achieving desired lighting effects. * Accompanying Web site offers additional material and resources.

Lighting Design Basics

Author: Mark Karlen,James R. Benya,Christina Spangler

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118287924

Category: Architecture

Page: 256

View: 3214

The essential book of lighting for professional designers, now updated and revised Providing the fundamental information new designers need to succeed in a concise, highly visual format, the Second Edition of Lighting Design Basics presents realistic goals that can be used as a guide to create simple yet impressive lighting designs and when collaborating with professional designers on more complex projects. Drawing on real-world case studies— from kitchens to doctors' offices—the book is packed with attractive, helpful illustrations, making it an invaluable resource for students, as well as interior designers and architects studying for professional licensing exams. Authored by leading lighting designers with decades of experience Offers straightforward coverage of lighting concepts and techniques Contains design scenarios for more than twenty different types of spaces Lighting is a basic, yet difficult-to-master element of interior design. Lightning Design Basics changes that, putting the power to create in the hands of the designer.

Building Systems for Interior Designers

Author: Corky Binggeli

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118925556

Category: Architecture

Page: 432

View: 990

The ultimate interior designer's guide to building systems and safety Building Systems for Interior Designers, Third Edition is the single-source technical reference that every designer needs, and an ideal solution for NCIDQ exam preparation. Now in its third edition, this invaluable guide has been updated to better address the special concerns of the interior designer within the context of the entire design team. New coverage includes the latest information on sustainable design and energy conservation, expanded coverage of security and building control systems, and a new and expanded art program with over 250 new illustrations. Covering systems from HVAC to water to waste to lighting, this book explains technical building systems and engineering issues in a clear and accessible way to help interior designers communicate more effectively with architects, engineers, and contractors. Professional interior design is about much more than aesthetics and decorating, and technical knowledge is critical. Before the space is planned, the designer must consider the mechanical and electrical equipment, structural system, and building components, and how they impact the space. This book shows you how to evaluate these complex factors, and how each affects your work throughout the building. Consider how site conditions and structural systems affect interior design Design functionally for human health and safety Factor water, electrical, and thermal systems into your design plans Examine the ways in which lighting and acoustics affect the space The comfort, safety, and ultimate success of a project depend upon your knowledge of building system and your coordination with architects and engineers. Building Systems for Interior Designers, Third Edition provides the comprehensive yet focused information you need to excel at what you do best.

Architectural Lighting for Commercial Interiors

Author: P. C. Sorcar

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

ISBN: N.A

Category: Architecture

Page: 272

View: 3376

Other professional references. Architectural Graphic Standards 8th Edition Charles G. Ramsey and Harold R. Sleeper This Eighth Edition of the leading reference work for architects and engineers contains 65% new and revised material from the previous edition, three completely new chapters (on Sports Facilities, Energy Design, and Historic Preservation), and over 10,000 illustrations. Offers an abundance of technical data and design, construction detailing, building equipment, drafting, and technology and is organized around the Uniform Building Construction Index. The single most-used reference by building design and construction professionals. 1988 (0 471-81148-3) 854 pp. Environmental Design Research Robert Wehrli A how-to book offering systematic coverage of this emerging field. Defines research and design and explains how they relate. Includes considerable discussion of research methodology with applications to proving research value, including library reportorial, and physical and human research aimed at improved design. 1986 (0 471-82849-1) 496 pp. Interior Lighting for Environmental Designers 2nd Edition James L. Nuckolls The only textbook on architectural lighting design written expressly for the architect, interior designer, business designer, and store planner, this revised and updated edition covers all aspects of interior lighting design, including theory effects, fixtures, techniques, calculations, and much more. Deals with lighting design as an esthetic as well as scientific procedure. For all environmental designers and students of these professions.1983 (0 471-87381-0) 407pp.

Residential Lighting Design

Author: Marcus Steffen

Publisher: Crowood

ISBN: 184797757X

Category: House & Home

Page: 160

View: 6485

Good lighting is essential to a building. An effective design is not just about introducing light into a space, but rather an appreciation of how the space will be used. A good lighting design is so intertwined with the building that it is only noticed in its absence. This book introduces the tools of the lighting designer and explains how to produce a lighting design for a home. Looking at the nature of light and introducing different lamps and light fittings available, it explains the basics of lighting design and how to provide atmosphere through the play of light and shadow. It gives room-by-room analysis of good lighting design and gives advice on controls, plus an overview of the pitfalls of dimming and energy saving. Illustrated throughout with 132 stunning images and creative ideas.

Lighting by Design

Author: Sally Storey

Publisher: Pavilion Books

ISBN: 9781862057036

Category: Dwellings

Page: 192

View: 9002

Taking an imaginative and creative look at the potential of creating and using light, Lighting by Design opens a new perspective on outdoor and indoor design. Lighting is an essential part of interior design. It is easy to visualise fabrics from swatches and large samples, but lighting is more complex; we cannot touch or feel it, yet it is all around us and responsible for what we see. One needs to understand light in three dimensions - it's not only important what is lit, but to know where shadows are created. Skilful lighting is the balance between light and shade. Starting with a discussion on the nature of light and the interplay of light and shadow on buildings inside and out, the author inspires with the imaginative creation of light within the home for varying effects from calm softness to theatrical drama. A major part of the book is devoted to outdoor lighting, from entrances and exits, roof terraces and decks to special features such as topiary, swimming pools, water features and statues blending, garden spaces and interior dimension into a unified whole. Specially commissioned photography shows before and after effects and unusual usage of daylight and artificial light to create new moods. Inspirational photographs feature the interiors of respected designers such as Jonathan Reed, Mary Fox Linton, Nina Campbell and Tricia Guild. Further features include use of pattern, focus, using coloured light and provide advice on the best choice of colours to maximise reflection into a space. Packed with elegant ideas, superb photographs and imaginative suggestions for creating a dramatic and changing environment, this book adds a whole new dimension to interior design. New in paperback following success of hardback edition, ISBN 1862055289 Inspirational approach to lighting your home Offers a new perspective on outdoor and indoor design

Designing for Autism Spectrum Disorders

Author: Kristi Gaines,Angela Bourne,Michelle Pearson,Mesha Kleibrink

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317932021

Category: Architecture

Page: 232

View: 404

Winner of the 2017 IDEC Book Award, 2017 EDRA Great Places Award (Book Category), 2017 American Society of Interior Designers Joel Polsky Prize and the 2016 International Interior Design Association TXOK Research Award Designing for Autism Spectrum Disorders explains the influence of the natural and man-made environment on individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other forms of intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD). Drawing on the latest research in the fields of environmental psychology and education, the authors show you how architecture and interior spaces can positively influence individuals with neurodiversities by modifying factors such as color, lighting, space organization, textures, acoustics, and ventilation. Now you can design homes, therapeutic environments, work environments, and outdoor spaces to encourage growth and learning for the projected 500,000 children with ASD (in the United States alone) who are expected to reach adulthood by 2024. Topics discussed include: -Environmental design theories -Symptoms of ASD -Sensory processing deficits -Design needs of individuals on the spectrum at all ages -Design methods and solutions for spaces, including residential, learning, work, and therapeutic environments encompassing a wide range of budgets -Designing for self-actualization, well-being, and a high quality of life for the duration of an individual's life -Avenues for healthy living and aging in place -Biophilic design -Environmental impact on well-being -Strategies to promote active living as an integral part of the welfare focus.

Building Physics: Lighting

Seeing in the Artificial Environment

Author: W. R. Stevens

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 1483148327

Category: Architecture

Page: 246

View: 1474

Building Physics: Lighting, Seeing in the Artificial Environment deals with basic principles of lighting as used in architecture, in building maintenance, and in an artificial environment. The book starts with the process of how humans see; the interaction of the eye and mind; and the effects of fatigue, visual disorders, and age. The phenomena of light are then discussed — how light behaves and how it is measured. Light and light waves beyond the visible spectrum are explained scientifically as being part of the electromagnetic spectrum within the 400 to 760 nm ranges. The different light sources are identified as daylight and artificial lights, with many types of lamps under the latter. As regards artificial lighting, a lighting fitting has two functions: redistributes luminescence properly and provides a suitable receptacle for the lamp. The requirements when using artificial or natural light in an exterior or interior setting are enumerated. The book also explains the specifications of the amount of light and how this amount is calculated. Interior lighting, both from artificial and natural sources, is comprehensively discussed, including issues such as discomfort glare, reflected glare, design and aesthetics, lighting requirements in different kinds of buildings, and flammability properties. The text also tackles exterior lighting including decorative floodlights, lighting for tunnels and underpasses, and special problem areas. Architects, engineers, electricians, interior designers, lighting technicians, environmentalists, and readers with interest in home decor will find this book useful.

Lumitecture

Illuminating Interiors for Designers and Architects

Author: Anna Yudina

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780500518342

Category:

Page: 256

View: 2077

Light makes an architectural space livable, shapes it and guides us within it. The role of light reaches well beyond practical needs and can create environments, emotions and spatial illusions. Today, as our homes and buildings become increasingly interactive and connected to the 'Internet of things', the creative possibilities are growing exponentially. This timely publication captures the most imaginative ideas at the dawn of an exciting new era. Some 200 projects are organized into three sections, which consider the central effect produced in each case: lighting that transforms space, lighting that alters the experience of time, and lighting that evokes emotion or psychological change. Projects range from design solutions - practical applications and techniques for improving the ambience and function of our spaces for living and working, to highly experimental or immersive experiences that induce physiological responses or use entirely new sources of light, such as bioluminescence or rarefied gasses. The glow from every page of this dense visual and design resource will provide endless inspiration for the next generation of designers and space-makers.

Light Your Home

Author: Elizabeth Wilhide

Publisher: Mitchell Beazley

ISBN: 9781840914351

Category: Interior lighting

Page: 192

View: 3966

This essential book of lighting provides all the practical advice, expert guidance and inspiration you need to create lighting schemes for your home that are both functional and decorative. Covering all the latest lighting techniques and designs, Light Your Home offers stylish solutions for every room and a range of budgets. Light Your Home explains the principles of good lighting and shows how to light a home for function and efficiency, as well as how to generate magical effects with one of the most inspirational of all interior elements. As well as creating moods, lighting can alter the appearance of an interior, changing the colours of walls, flooring and soft furnishings, and create dramatic effects with light, shadow and pattern. It is the perfect decorative tool, and many light designs are works of art in their own right and can be admired for their ornamental or sculptural quality alone.