Concise, yet substantive, this primer helps readers develop a solid working knowledge of the design decisions, equipment options, and operating costs associated with building lighting and electrical installations. Unique in perspective, it emphasizes "design intent" as the driving force for architectural lighting decisions and related electrical construction. Covers topics such as: light and perception; lighting metrics; lamps; lighting design; sunlight or daylight; lighting numbers; electrical basics; generation and distribution; residential and commercial electrical; energy profiles. Contains an identical example for a residence and an office, and features example buildings to illustrate and connect design decisions and construction requirements for lighting and electrical installations. Includes design templates and calculations. For architects, constructors, managers, and occupants who wish to refine and improve their understanding of lighting opportunities and building electrical systems.
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