Daylight in architecture

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Architectural Record Books, 1981 - Architecture - 204 pages
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One of the fundamental books on daylighting architecture. Should be in the personal library of everybody serious about actually daylighting architecture. The principles, concepts and fundamentals are still true and well explained. The design testing and simulation parts of the book or now outdated with the advent of BIM and computer simulation, but the simulation using physical model building is still on target. Glenn E. Hill, 2016 

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The Perception of Brightness
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BIOLOGICAL NEEDS
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SUMMARY
31
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