designing with light

Designing With Light And Shadow
Author: Kaoru Mende
Publisher: Images Publishing
Release Date: 2000
Pages: 184
ISBN:
Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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In the past the focus of urban illumination has been purely functional. Designing with Light and Shadow, however, is a treatise on the work of Kaoru Mende + Lighting Planners Associates, a Japanese firm, which purposely creates spaces to leave a lasting

Designing With Light
Author: J. Michael Gillette
Publisher: Mayfield Publishing Company
Release Date: 1978
Pages: 195
ISBN:
Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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This comprehensive survey of the practical and aesthetic aspects of basic lighting design treats lighting design for the stage as both an art closely integrated with the director's, actor's, and playwright's vision, and a craft that provides practical solutions for the manipulation of stage space.

Designing With Light
Author: Victoria Meyers
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Release Date: 2006
Pages: 144
ISBN:
Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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Light is the tool that gives architects the means to make buildings that achieve a sense of awe. This book looks at the variety of ways in which light is used in contemporary architecture, internally and externally, to enhance the design and sense of space in a building.

Designing With Light
Author: Jason Livingston
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2014-09-15
Pages: 336
ISBN:
Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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A comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of lighting design Designing With Light: The Art, Science, and Practice of Architectural Lighting Design is a comprehensive introduction to the intelligent use of lighting to define and enhance a space. The book explores all aspects of the process, including aesthetics, technology, and practicalities, in a clear, concise manner designed to provide the reader with a full working knowledge of lighting design. Color illustrations throughout demonstrate the real-world effects of the concepts presented, and the companion website offers video animations and exercises to better illuminate the art and science of lighting. The book addresses the considerations that should be a part of any designer's process, and provides thorough guidance on meeting the various demands with smarter design. Lighting is an essential element of interior design, and despite its ubiquity, is difficult to truly master. A designer with a fundamental and conceptual understanding of light is empowered to create simple, typical spaces, or work intelligently with lighting consultants on more complex projects. Designing With Light contains special discussions on color, light, and health, as well as the latest information on energy efficient lighting, control systems, and other technologies. Topics include: Physics, psychology, and perception of light Current and future lighting technology Communication, documentation, and the design process Sustainability, daylighting, and energy efficiency The book also contains an entire chapter on building and energy codes, as well as practical guidance on photometrics and calculations. Lighting can make or break an otherwise well-designed space, so designers need the background to be able to think intelligently about illumination factors during all stages of the process. With comprehensive coverage and thorough explanation, Designing With Light is a complete resource for students and professionals alike.

Architectural Lighting
Author: Hervé Descottes
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Release Date: 2013-07-02
Pages: 144
ISBN:
Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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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.

Designing With Light
Author: J. Michael Gillette
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
Release Date: 2003
Pages: 307
ISBN:
Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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Presents a survey of the practical and aesthetic aspects of basic stage lighting design. This title treats its subject as an art closely integrated with that of the director, actor, and playwright, and as a craft that provides practical solutions for the manipulation of stage space.

Designing With Light
Author: Lightolier Company
Publisher:
Release Date: 2005
Pages: 174
ISBN:
Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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Architectural Lighting Design
Author: Gary Steffy
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2002
Pages: 280
ISBN:
Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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This book goes right to the heart of what every professional and student needs to know above all - how to effectively meet real-world lighting design challenges.

Light  The Shape Of Space
Author: Lou Michel
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 1995-10-27
Pages: 304
ISBN:
Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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Light: The Shape of Space Designing with Space and Light Lou Michel Every design professional who touches a space shapes the light and the feeling of that space. Architect, lighting engineer, interior designer, lighting or home furnishing manufacturer: each contributes an aesthetic layer, sometimes yielding unexpected results. All too often the best laid plans of one professional are unintentionally subverted by another. Removing surprises and guess work from design, Lou Michel, honored architectural lighting educator, has created Light: The Shape of Space, showing how to design with the effects of light rather than light itself. The book is a revolutionary resource for all design professionals and manufacturers of surfacing materials. Drawing on over fifteen years’ experience of research and teaching in the architectural Space and Light Laboratory at The University of Kansas, Michel masterfully examines the interrelationship of lighting and the design of architectural space as perceived not in architectural photos or paint chips and fabric swatches, but by human vision — the gateway to emotional response. The book was written for professionals who care about how people feel in the spaces they design, and focuses on the humanization of architecture. Taking a non-stylistic approach to design, Michel analyzes architecture from the perspective of how the users see their surroundings as they move through space. The reader will learn what pleases and what disturbs people based on how the human visual system responds to color, texture, pattern, and brightness. The book features principles of design for the student and professional, and is generously supported by illustrations and research. Michel also provides a method for evaluating the visual effectiveness of building materials and lighting systems, including those that will appear on the market long after this book is dog-eared. Michel unveils a groundbreaking luminance brightness rating system (LBR) and a nine-zone brightness scale to aid designers in previsualizing the appearance of surfacing materials at every stage of the design process, from schematics to development to refinement. Among the topics treated are: the interaction of lighting and spatial design color theory for space and light the luminance relationships between free-standing objects and the surrounding spatial boundaries against which they are seen the appearance of building materials in color and brightness when modified by light and spatial location lighting spatial connections, including the perception of rooms adjacent to the observer lighting and perception of spaces screened by architectural grilles creating lighted space Designing with the effects of light is both an art and a science. No other book on the market bridges that gap as successfully as Light: The Shape of Space.

The Architecture Of Light
Author: Mary Ann Steane
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2012-11-12
Pages: 256
ISBN:
Available Language: English, Spanish, And French
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Reviewing the use of natural light by architects in the era of electricity, this book aims to show that natural light not only remains a potential source of order in architecture, but that natural lighting strategies impose a usefully creative discipline on design. Considering an approach to environmental context that sees light as a critical aspect of place, this book explores current attitudes to natural light by offering a series of in-depth studies of recent projects and the particular lighting issues they have addressed. It gives a more nuanced appraisal of these lighting strategies by setting them within their broader topographic, climatic and cultural contexts.