Bringing interiors to light: the principles and practices of lighting design

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Whitney Library of Design, May 1, 1986 - Architecture - 224 pages
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One of the greatest books I own that explains in detail how the architectural lighting design profession started, in terms of process, fixtures, specifications, etc. A must buy for anybody who wants to be an architectural lighting designer. Giulio Pedota, Schuler Shook

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Acknowledgments
8
Chapter Two USING COMPOSITIONAL LIGHTING TECHNIQUES
28
Chapter Three WORKING WITH CONSTRAINTS
40
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