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  • Author:
    M. David Egan
  • ISBN:
    0070190542
  • ISBN13:
    978-0070190542
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  • Publisher:
    Mcgraw-Hill College (April 1, 1983)
  • Pages:
    270 pages
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    Home Improvement & Design
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Concepts in architectural lighting. Lighting, Lighting, Architectural and decorative. New York : McGraw-Hill.

I teach architectural lighting at the School of Architecture at the University of Hawaii. 17 people found this helpful.

Architectural Acoustics book. The goal of this widely used book is to present in a highly.

Concepts In Architectural Lighting book.

David Egan, Hon. AIA, is a consultant in acoustics and Professor Emeritus at the College of Architecture, Clemson University

David Egan, Hon. AIA, is a consultant in acoustics and Professor Emeritus at the College of Architecture, Clemson University. He has been principal consultant of Egan Acoustics in Anderson, South Carolina for more than 35 years. In addition to consulting, teaching, and writing, Professor Egan is a fellow of the Acoustical Society of America, member of the National Council of Acoustical Consultants, and an Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Distinguished Professor.

Architectural Lighting: Designing With Light And Space. Foundations of Engineering Acoustics. Architectural Acoustics - David Egan.

Architectural lighting design is a field within architecture, interior design and electrical engineering that is concerned with the design of lighting systems, including natural light, electric light, or both, to serve human needs. the amount of light required. the color of the light as it may affect the views of particular objects and the environment as a whole.

is another important work on our shelf, and is a must for all libraries. Glen Ballou in S "Architectural Acoustics is for the intelligent, college-level beginner, with a desire to learn basic concepts, as well as practical computation and design methods. There is nothing else in print that covers as broad an area of acoustics, and covers it in as much depth.

Architectural Acoustics. Egan, M. David It would take a library of a dozen titles to duplicate what s in this one book. Concepts in architectural Lighting, Concepts in architectural Lighting, کتابخانه دیجیتالی دانشگاه علوم پزشکی و خدمات درمانی شهید بهشتی. Concepts in architectural acoustics. Concepts in Building Firesafety. Professor R. B. Newman’s . 3 course at MIT followed the scholarly legacy of W. C. Sabine, V. O. Knudsen, and C. P. Boner, but featured irreverent observations, succinct admonitions, case histories.

Extensively revised, this Second Edition offers architects and designers the most current thinking and practice in their profession on the scientific properties of light, the uses of natural and electric light in buildings, lighting effects and applications, and design tools and processes. To help the reader on the job, there is full coverage of lighting calculation methods, including the Lumen Method, as well as a number of useful CAD and computer rendering solutions.

Fountain_tenderness
The version of the book that I bought was written in 1983 and is somewhat outdated. Many new types of lighting are not included (T8 flourescent, T5 flourescent, LED, etc.). Also this book is entirely in black & white, so in discussions of color topics, such as the Munsell Color System, black & white illustrations don't make sense.

However for learning the basics it is OK.
heart of sky
This is an excellent book. It provides a comprehensive overview while supplying specific design applications on the topics of natural and electric lighting. It illuminates many technologies and design principles with straight forward language and clear reinforcing graphics.
I teach architectural lighting at the School of Architecture at the University of Hawaii. I have reviewed many lighting books for this class and have found the Egan and Olgyay text to be very appropriate for the beginning and advanced student as well as a very useful desk reference for design proessionals.
Knights from Bernin
Comprehensive, detailed monograph for the student, professional, etc.
Note: Book Info above states "CD-ROM included" but mine did not come with one, there is no referral within the book to a CD, and standard bibliographic descriptions (WorldCat, Lib. of Congress) do not include any reference to a CD. I think the Book Info statement is incorrect.