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Lighting Schemes. Interior Design 11. How to Choose. Types of Lights table lamps spot lights clamp lights recessed/surface mounted lights up lighters halogens incandescent bulb pendants florescent fixtures . Choose for the Room.

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lighting schemes

Lighting Schemes

Interior Design 11

how to choose
How to Choose

Types of Lights

  • table lamps
  • spot lights
  • clamp lights
  • recessed/surface mounted lights
  • up lighters
  • halogens
  • incandescent bulb
  • pendants
  • florescent fixtures
choose for the room
Choose for the Room
  • Choosing the right lights for a specific mood is dependant on the overall mood hoping to be accomplished
  • A combination of direct and indirect light can accomplish general illumination and task lighting within a room
lighting basics
Lighting Basics
  • Choose a central light fixture to help with your overall tone or for the décor of a room
quantitative lighting design
Quantitative Lighting Design
  • Performance Approach:
    • Optimum Visual Performance
    • High Productivity
    • Safety
    • Cost
illuminance
Illuminance
  • Is the task detail significantly smaller than normal?
  • Is the task contrast significantly lower than normal
  • Is the consequence of error unusually serious?
  • Are the tasks carried out for longer periods than usual?
  • Do the users have poorer eyesight?
uniformity
Uniformity
  • Overall lighting too bright for other activities?
  • Effect on room theme, mood or design (does it WORK?)
color
Color
  • Which Hue?
    • Warm Vs Cool
    • Color Schemes
  • What Value?
    • Integration/Emphasis on zones/activity/time
    • Pattern and character
    • Contrast (Visual Appeal)
shadows glare
Shadows & Glare
  • Shadows
    • Texture, character, visual interest
    • Task performance, additional task lighting
  • Glare
    • Task performance, repositioning lamps
    • Direct glare and Veiling reflections
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