Table of contents for Architectural lighting design / Gary Steffy.


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Preface.
Acknowledgements.
Chapter 1: Background.
Conventions.
Defining the Problem- It’s About Vision.
The Industry.
Organizations.
Codes, Standards, and Legislative Actions.
Certification- the NCQLP.
Education.
Continuing Education.
Publications.
The Internet.
Endnotes.
Chapter 2: The Problem.
Physiology.
The Eye.
Color Vision.
Adaptation.
Accommodation.
Aging.
Astigmatism.
Seasonal Affective Disorded (SAD).
Circadian Rhythym.
Psychology.
Endnotes.
References.
Chapter 3: Project Scope.
Project Specifics.
Programming.
Design Strategies.
Schematic Design.
Design Development.
Contract Documents.
Construction Administration.
Chapter 4: Design Goals.
Inventorying Conditions.
Spatial Factors.
Systems Factors.
Psychological and Physiological Factors.
Task Factors.
Programming Statements.
Endnotes.
References.
Chapter 5: Spatial Factors.
Pleasantness.
Spatial Definition.
Spatial Order.
Circulation.
Endnotes.
Project Data.
Chapter 6: Criteria- System Factors.
Flexibilitiy.
Controls.
Acoustics.
HVAC.
Ceiling Systems.
Codes.
Ordinances.
Sustainability.
Certification.
Maintenance.
Endnotes.
References.
Chapter 7: Criteria- Psychological and Physiological Factors.
Sensory Responses.
Hierarchies and Focals.
Subjective Impressions.
Color.
Daylighting.
Night Lighting.
Health.
Endnotes.
References.
Chapter 8: Criteria- Task Factors.
Visual Tasks.
Luminances.
Reflectances.
Tansmittances.
Interior Illuminances.
Exterior Illuminances.
Targets.
Endnotes.
References.
Chapter 9: Daylighting.
Benefits.
Design Aspects.
Design Practice.
Technologies.
Color.
Controls.
Maintenance.
Modeling.
Endnotes.
Chapter 10: Lamps.
Lamp Families.
Filament.
Cold Cathode.
Fluorescent.
Electrodeless.
LED.
Mixing Lamps.
Future.
Caveats.
Endnotes.
References.
Project Data.
Chapter 11: Luminaires.
Hardware.
Construction.
Appearance.
Photometry.
Literature.
Specific Types.
Custom.
Details.
Exterior.
References.
Chapter 12: Controls.
On/off Switches.
Dimmers.
Networks.
Presets.
Timeclocks.
Motion Sensors.
Photocells.
Strategies.
Styles/ Layout.
References.
Chapter 13: Design Tools.
Qualitative Design Tools.
Quantitative Design Tools.
Endnotes.
Chapter 14: Construction.
RCPs.
Details.
Specifications.
Cutsheets.
Review.
Bids.
Client.
Knowledge.
Designer’s Role.
Lighting Reps.
DN Budget.
VE.
Shop Drawings.
Assistance.
Review.
Commissioning.
Post Occupancy.
Endnotes.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Lighting, Architectural and decorative.