Interior lighting for environmental designers
An illustrated book on the principles and practice of architectural lighting of interior space. Discusses the capacities for expanding or minimizing space, the effects on colors and textures, and the atmospheric potential of lighting design. Describes the esthetic as well as the scientific procedures inherent to lighting design.
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