hw6_Lighting Evaluation Homework

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Department of Architecture University of Florida ARC 4620 Dan Butko Environmental Technology 2 Young min Kwon Fall, 2004 Koyel Sikdar Gary Siebein Pattra Smithakorn Room Lighting Evaluation Homework This assignment is designed to give students an opportunity to evaluate architectural lighting relative to program, function, and conceptual approach in actual buildings. Attention should focus on the qualitative and functional aspects of the lighting scheme. Does it enhance and reinforce the architecture of the space? Does it meet the programmatic requirements? Does the design afford users appropriate lighting to perform tasks that are a part of the functions in the space? More specific issues that should be addressed are; general illumination, task lighting, daylighting, transitional lighting, feature lighting, and how these factors change throughout the day and year. Students should describe how these factors are executed in the spaces and to what degree they are incorporated into and contribute to the architectural design. 1.
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