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.
Preface Chapter 1 Introduction: How to Use This Book Chapter 2 Basic Concepts in Lighting Chapter 3 Qualities of Light Sources Chapter 4 Daylighting Chapter 5 Lamps Chapter 6 Luminaires Chapter 7 Lighting Controls Chapter 8 Quantity of Light Chapter 9 Quality of Light Chapter 10 Lighting Design Approach Chapter 11 Documenting Lighting Design Chapter 12 Residential Lighting Design Chapter 13 Workspace Lighting Design Chapter 14 Lighting for Education Facilities Chapter 15 Healthcare Lighting Design Chapter 16 Retail Lighting Design Chapter 17 Hospitality Lighting Design Chapter 18 Lighting for Common Space Chapter 19 Outdoor Lighting Design Chapter 20 Basic Lighting Retrofitting Chapter 21 Professional Lighting Design Appendix A Energy Code Calculations Appendix B Lighting in LEED Index
MARK KARLEN, PHD, AIA, has had a long and distinguished career in design education and professional practice as an architect and interior designer. He has chaired the interior design programs at the University of Cincinnati and Pratt Institute, as well as having completed many successful buildings and interiors projects. CHRISTINA SPANGLER, LC, IES, is Senior Lighting Designer at BEAM, Ltd. She has over 16 years of experience in architectural lighting design and has received numerous awards, including the 2015 Philament award from IES Philadelphia. JAMES R. BENYA, PE, FIES, IALD, LC, is Principal and Partner at Benya Burnett Consultancy in Davis, California.
COMPREHENSIVE LIGHTING DESIGN, UPDATED FOR THE LATEST LED TECHNOLOGY Lighting is an essential component of any designed space, yet it is one of the most difficult to get right. Lighting Design Basics provides a fundamental grounding in architectural lighting concepts, processes, and techniques that every student should master. Concise, visual coverage of current lighting technology includes design scenarios for more than 25 spaces; each case includes an in-depth rationale, floor plans, diagrams, and construction details to illustrate the real-world application of lighting design. Master the basic concepts of daylighting, lamps, luminaires, controls, and other topics related to light quality and quantity Adopt a logical approach to lighting design that includes proper documentation in alignment with up-to-date best practices Work through case studies that show how lighting design concepts are applied to residential, retail, hospitality, workspace, healthcare, and other common projects Learn the basic skills required to become competent in the field, and prepare for the NCIDQ and NCARB exams Lighting can make or break any space, and design choices impact the cost and comfort of the building over the long term. Lighting Design Basics provides a critical foundation and prescriptive techniques to help future architects and interior designers make smart design choices.