Light Sources, Luminaries, Day lighting system, Lighting Calculations, The Layers Approach, Residential Lighting Design, Office and Corporate Lighting Design, Hospitality Lighting Design, Health Care/Institutional Lighting and Glare Control, Design, Lighting for Stores/Common Spaces, The Professional Process of Lighting Design, Developing Skills beyond the Basics, Assessment of Lighting Systems, and Energy Efficiency opportunities.
Lighting design is a process. It is the process of integrating light into the fabric of architecture. Regardless of the space to be lighted—a bank, a church, an office, a gallery, a restaurant, a store, a classroom—and regardless of the light sources available for use, the process is always the same. The architectural lighting design process produces a space where the casual observer is unaware of the mechanics of light production; he perceives only a comfortable environment that supports his activities and enhances his wellbeing. With practice, the Interior designer learns to apply this process in ways that go even further, producing environments, spaces that stimulate the mind and inspire the spirit.
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:
1. Determine the important considerations and sequence of steps for completing a lighting design.
2. Determine the function of the space and the visual tasks to be performed.
3. Determine required light levels for interior design subjects.
4. Select appropriate lamps and luminaries for interior design subjects.
5. Determine the appropriate number and location of luminaries
6. Document lighting designs utilizing a reflected ceiling plan.
7. Determine how the lights in a space will be switched.
8. Develop lighting designs that help minimize energy use.
9. Design custom light fixtures.
10. Work cooperatively with others, in team and group exercises.
11. Communicate effectively and accurately in written, verbal and various graphic formats.
12. Participate in class discussions and activities.
13. Exercise flexibility by remaining receptive to change ideas/actions where recommended and to new ideas.
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