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The Architecture of Light the Architecture of Light: Architectural Lighting Design Concepts and Techniques; A textbook of Procedures and Practices for ... Interior Designer and Lighting Design (Anglais) Broché – 14 janvier 2008

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Welcome to the Second Edition! The Architecture of Light makes lighting design approachable. This vivid, image packed text of lighting concepts and techniques serves as the perfect companion for lighting design students and professionals alike. Built around a successful teaching curriculum, this text provides a logical step by step progression through the phases of conceptualizing, refining, drafting and presenting lighting design. Written by a practicing professional lighting designer who is also an award winning design instructor, The Architecture of Light presents a perfect blend of visual design tools and fundamental lighting knowledge. In addition to theory and discussion, The Architecture of Light also provides complete chapters of common lighting details, case studies and a catalog of specific lighting tools. Every architect, interior designer and design student deserves a working knowledge of lighting design and this single book makes it possible. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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Sage Russell is a freelance Lighting Designer in San Diego, California with project experience spanning from hospitality, corporate facilities and casinos, to galleries restaurants and residences. Sage also lectures nationally on lighting design and instructs at the Design Institute of San Diego. Sage received his primary education in Lighting focused Architectural Engineering from the University of Colorado under the tutelage of Professor David DiLaura. Sage has worked continually in Architecture and Lighting Design ever since. Besides professional practice, Sage has returned to school for an education in classical art and further architectural studies. Since 2002, Sage has been a lighting design instructor at Design Institute San Diego, where he has honed his Lighting Design studio class into the foundation for the book: The Architecture of Light. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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11 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great intro to lighting 9 octobre 2009
Par sarayale - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am building a new LARGE home and wanted to get information to figure out the lighting scheme. This book was actually interesting and enjoyable to read. I have already read dozens of different books to be prepared for the homebuilding process (I will be my own general contractor) and have found this to be one of the most useful with real information and not just buzzwords.

That being said, if the author or publisher is reading this, you MUST do a thorough proofreading before the next printing because there are MANY typos in the book (I would seriously fire whoever was in charge of proofreading!)

I am very happy I bought this book since I really had no background in lighting and this provided a good basis.
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
what you see is what you need 20 avril 2008
Par katie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In an industry known for confusing acronyms, undeciferable number sequences and cut sheets, this book acts like a road map for understanding the multi faceted world of lighting design. Delightfully straight forward and easy to read, each of Russell's steps is outlined clearly to help teach a general method for approaching lighting a space depending on your end goals rather then a micro managed process of what goes where in each room. The concepts are balanced with doses of real world insight and finished off with a great breakdown of sample fixtures and their applications. Explaination and illustration of cut sheets, lamp details, lighting maps, sample interiors and exteriors all contribute to the book's clarity. Whether you are an industry professional hoping to brush up on your understanding of current technique or a student trying to get a good general introduction to the field this book is sure to be exactly what your looking for.
13 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
LOVED IT!!! 5 septembre 2008
Par A. Sells - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is so fantastic that I emailed the author directly. Here is what I told him:

I really LOVE your book! (LOVE...LOVE...LOVE IT!) It is just what I wanted and needed for my students. I am planning to use it for my new online lighting class to launch spring 2009. I have found your power points helpful also...thank you so much!

Here is what I didn't tell him:

The Architecture of Light reads like a lighting novel instead of a textbook...I just wanted to keep reading and reading. It is the ONLY lighting textbook I've ever read that didn't put me to sleep! The Architecture of Light is not only interesting and practical; it also easy to read, easy to understand and I could hear Sage's enthusiasm seeping through the pages as I read it.

Sage Russell offers readers a refreshing perspective on how to create with light and his book truly transformed my understanding of this subject. Educators, designers and students alike will find his book to be a valuable & excellent resource on their path to understanding and mastering lighting concepts and techniques.

I loved it...and so will you!
9 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Use With Caution 16 juin 2012
Par ColorGuy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I practice and teach lighting design in New York City, and bought this book to see if it would be useful for my students. As an easy read for a home owner who wants to learn more about lighting, this book is fine. However, I don't recommend this as a design textbook.

The biggest problem is in the explanation of lighting calculations, which is simply wrong because most of them ignore the distance that light must travel between the light source and the point of interest. We all know from experience that the farther away a light source is, the less light it delivers. When distance is introduced it, too, is incorrect. One type of calculation utilizes the Inverse Square of the distance between the light and the target. However, squaring the distance doesn't produce a measurement of square feet, just the result of a mathematical function. If light travels 10 ft., for example, squaring that distance produces the number 100, not 100 sq. ft. Where would those square feet be found?

The general design approach is well written and useful. However, the chapter on calculations should be skipped entirely.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Best lighting textbook for beginning design students 17 avril 2013
Par J Z - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have been using this book since it first came on the market. I found it the best lighting textbook for beginning design students. Sincere thanks for your brilliant work, Sage!
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