The Design of Lighting  by David Loe (Author)

Written primarily for the practising designer, Design of Lighting brings together in one volume all that the practitioner is likely to need. The authors combine a technical introduction to lighting and color theory with a guide to design concepts and criteria, to create a comprehensive source book for architects and designers on interior lighting design.

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Building - Nov 20 1998
"It serves up technical information in bite-sized portions with the minumum of mathematical formulae.."

The Architects' Journal
"...a new architect-friendly text looking at the whole subject of lighting design."

Review
'The technical level is fairly high, but not off putting - and the graphics are clear and clean. A difficult job well done'. - The Lighting Journal

'A new architect-friendly text looking at the whole subject of lighting design.' - The Architects Journal

'Covers a subject central to architecture and, like it or not, it must be studied.' - Building

`It is well written and clearly laid out. All in all, this book is an enjoyable way of learning about lighting.' Ergonomics Abstracts, 2001, Vol. 33, no. 2

Book Description
Written primarily for the practising designer, Design of Lighting brings together in one volume all that the practitioner is likely to need. The authors combine a technical introduction to lighting and color theory with a guide to design concepts and criteria, to create a comprehensive source book for architects and designers on interior lighting design.