Lighting Design Basics

This book provides immersive instruction through real-world settings, and practical guidance suited for immediate application in everyday projects.

Author: Mark Karlen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119312277

Category: Architecture

Page: 272

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A visual, real-world guide to professional lighting design Lighting Design Basics is the essential guide to this basic, but difficult-to-master aspect of interior design. Offering fundamental concepts and prescriptive techniques in a highly visual format, this book provides clear, practical guidance on utilizing the latest in lighting techniques and technology to showcase a space without sacrificing utility. Covering more than 25 different design scenarios with in-depth rationale for proposed solutions, this book provides insightful distribution diagrams, floor plans, and details for lighting installation and construction. Real-world case studies illustrate lighting design in residential, commercial, healthcare, education, and hospitality settings, and skill-building exercises offer practice for real-world projects as well as NCIDQ and NCARB exam preparation. This new third edition includes new instructor support materials, coverage of computer calculation software, and in-depth discussion on the latest in LED lighting. Lighting is changing, both in the technology itself, and in the way a designer must approach it. This book provides immersive instruction through real-world settings, and practical guidance suited for immediate application in everyday projects. Get up-to-date on the latest methods and technology for lighting design Examine more than 25 design scenarios for different types of spaces Complete exercises to hone your skills or prepare for the NCIDQ or NCARB Create simple lighting designs and collaborate with architects on complex projects Lighting can make or break a space. Improper lighting lends a space an uncomfortable feel, can induce headaches or eyestrain, and can even be hazardous—but thoughtfully designed and executed lighting adds that extra element so often missing from typical spaces. Lighting Design Basics shows you how to elevate any space through the fundamental tools and concepts of professional lighting design.

Lighting Design Basics

Packed with informative illustrations, Lighting Design Basics is an invaluable resource for students, as well as interior designers and architects studying for professional licensing exams.

Author: Mark Karlen

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 9780471381624

Category: Architecture

Page: 200

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Lighting is a basic, yet difficult-to-master, element of interior design, and Lighting Design Basics provides the information you need in a concise, highly visual format. Two leading designers, both with decades of experience, offer straightforward coverage of concepts and techniques, and present realistic goals you can use as guides to creating simple, typical lighting designs and when collaborating with professional designers on more complex projects. Design scenarios for more than twenty different spaces illustrate real-world case studies for illuminating residential and commercial spaces, from kitchens to doctors' offices. Each scenario includes an in-depth rationale for the proposed solution, insightful lighting distribution diagrams, floor plans, and details for lighting installation and construction. In addition, exercises allow you to develop lighting design skills in preparation for working on actual projects, as well as the NCIDQ and NCARB exams. Packed with informative illustrations, Lighting Design Basics is an invaluable resource for students, as well as interior designers and architects studying for professional licensing exams.

Lighting Design Basics

Architects and interior designers typically are responsible for lighting design within their building and interior projects and, in all likelihood, continue to provide those services for the many basic spaces they design.

Author: Mark Karlen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119394297

Category: Architecture

Page: 272

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A visual, real-world guide to professional lighting design Lighting Design Basics is the essential guide to this basic, but difficult-to-master aspect of interior design. Offering fundamental concepts and prescriptive techniques in a highly visual format, this book provides clear, practical guidance on utilizing the latest in lighting techniques and technology to showcase a space without sacrificing utility. Covering more than 25 different design scenarios with in-depth rationale for proposed solutions, this book provides insightful distribution diagrams, floor plans, and details for lighting installation and construction. Real-world case studies illustrate lighting design in residential, commercial, healthcare, education, and hospitality settings, and skill-building exercises offer practice for real-world projects as well as NCIDQ and NCARB exam preparation. This new third edition includes new instructor support materials, coverage of computer calculation software, and in-depth discussion on the latest in LED lighting. Lighting is changing, both in the technology itself, and in the way a designer must approach it. This book provides immersive instruction through real-world settings, and practical guidance suited for immediate application in everyday projects. Get up-to-date on the latest methods and technology for lighting design Examine more than 25 design scenarios for different types of spaces Complete exercises to hone your skills or prepare for the NCIDQ or NCARB Create simple lighting designs and collaborate with architects on complex projects Lighting can make or break a space. Improper lighting lends a space an uncomfortable feel, can induce headaches or eyestrain, and can even be hazardous—but thoughtfully designed and executed lighting adds that extra element so often missing from typical spaces. Lighting Design Basics shows you how to elevate any space through the fundamental tools and concepts of professional lighting design.

Healthcare Design Basics

Even though lighting professionals will be involved, it is important that designers have a basic knowledge of lighting and lighting applications in healthcare settings. For more detailed information see Lighting Design Basics and the ...

Author: Mark Karlen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119813675

Category: Architecture

Page: 212

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An approachable and robust treatment of designing and planning spaces for use in healthcare settings In Healthcare Design Basics, a team of distinguished interior architecture practitioners and educators delivers an up-to-date text covering the critical aspects of healthcare design, preparing students for a specialty rapidly growing in importance and size. The book adopts an approach designed to crystalize the most important elements of broad range of ambulatory facilities for healthcare design students and new professionals in a clear, concise, and approachable way. The authors combine a broad overview of numerous ambulatory healthcare typologies with exercises that allow students to prepare detailed plans for many of the most commonly used rooms in the healthcare industry, thus preparing them for the demands of professional positions. Readers will also find: A step-by-step studio companion outlining the basic design elements required for a wide range of ambulatory healthcare facilities and rooms Comprehensive explorations of the demands of new and improved healthcare facilities that meet the needs of an aging population Practical discussions of the space planning challenges involved in designing rooms and facilities for use during public health crises, including pandemics 60 full-color images that illustrate and highlight important concepts, examples, and design solutions Written for students of interior design, architecture, and emerging professionals, Healthcare Design Basics also benefits professionals tasked with the initial planning and design of ambulatory facilities, and other healthcare settings.

Basics

This book aims to cover the basics of performance lighting design for theatrical productions taking place in a theatre or similar performance space.

Author: Peter Coleman

Publisher:

ISBN: 1904031412

Category: Lighting

Page: 82

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Lighting Design

This book presents a robust presentation of the technical skills needed for lighting design.

Author: Mark Karlen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: 0470524707

Category: Architecture

Page: 208

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This book presents a robust presentation of the technical skills needed for lighting design. It is complemented by the most current technology and practice for energy efficiency to give the reader a holistic view of lighting that considers the unique conditions of each project. A companion volume to the authors' Lighting Design Basics, this book enables readers to develop and document more complex lighting designs that include details, commission fixtures to develop life cycle costs, and begin to use contemporary lighting design software.

Design Basics

Therefore, everyone can profit by knowing some basic color principles. ... The painter, of course, will be mainly concerned with the subtractive, whereas the stage lighting designer, photog— rapher, and often the interior designer will ...

Author: David A. Lauer

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781133171812

Category: Art

Page: 320

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DESIGN BASICS is a best-selling text for the two-dimensional design course. DESIGN BASICS presents art fundamentals concepts in full two- to four-page spreads, making the text practical and easy for students to refer to while they work. This modular format gives instructors the utmost flexibility in organizing the course. Visual examples from many periods, peoples, and cultures are provided for all elements and principles of design. The diversity of illustrations now includes more examples from visual culture, encouraging students to see these principles in the world around them. Icons appearing throughout the book prompt students to access CourseMate, which provides studio art demonstrations, interactive exercises that help students explore the foundations of art, and an interactive eBook. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Basics Lighting Design

The BASICS Lighting Design volume includes the most important principles of daylight and artificial lighting design.

Author: Roman Skowranek

Publisher: Birkhäuser

ISBN: 9783035613025

Category: Architecture

Page: 80

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Daylight is the most important element determining the mood and appearance of architecture, more so than all construction materials. In office buildings in particular, the good provision of daylight and matching artificial lighting installations make an important contribution to energy conservation – the better the use made of daylight, the less energy has to be consumed for artificial lighting. For this reason, typical architectural concepts have changed in recent years; enclosed buildings with full air-conditioning have increasingly made way to buildings that respond to the climate conditions of their environment, thereby using only a much reduced amount of energy without compromising on comfort. The BASICS Lighting Design volume includes the most important principles of daylight and artificial lighting design. Selection of subjects covered: Sizes and units Building concept design principles (layout design, building orientation and facade structure) Lighting design concepts Current daylighting and artificial lighting systems Solar screening Directing daylight

Design Basics 2D and 3D

A A A B Colors of light mix according to ... Therefore, everyone can profit by knowing some basic color principles. ... The painter, of course, will be mainly concerned with the subtractive, whereas the stage lighting designer, ...

Author: Stephen Pentak

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781133710585

Category: Art

Page: 528

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DESIGN BASICS, the market-leading text for the two-dimensional design course, now covers 3D design! DESIGN BASICS: 2D and 3D presents art fundamentals in two- to four-page spreads, making the text practical and easy for students to refer to while they work. This modular format gives instructors the utmost flexibility in organizing the course. Visual examples from many periods, peoples, and cultures are provided for all elements and principles of design. Icons throughout the book prompt students to access CourseMate (available separately), which provides studio art demonstrations, interactive exercises that help students explore the foundations of art, and an interactive eBook. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Professional Lighting Design

röder , Peter Zickermann , Bielefeld Kerstin Schröd Graphic design : Ker : interior spaces ( 7 ) Daylight in Lighting Design Basics : Series Series ( 7 ) : Daylight in interior spaces Activating our perception of time vercast prisms O ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000055114806

Category: Light in architecture

Page: 452

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