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1VISIBLE CHARACTERISTICS OF OBJECTS
1.1 VISUAL CONSTANCY AND MODES OF APPEARANCE
1.2 VISIBLE PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
1.3 OBJECT CHARACTERISTICS AND PERCEIVED ATTRIBUTES
2.1 AMBIENT ILLUMINATION
2VISIBLE CHARACTERISTICS OF LIGHTING
2.2 VISUAL DISCRIMINATION
2.3 ILLUMINATION HIERARCHY
2.4 THE ‘FLOW OF LIGHT’
2.5 THE ‘SHARPNESS’ OF LIGHTING
2.6 LUMINOUS ELEMENTS
3.1 ILLUMINANCE-BASED MEASUREMENTS
3QUANTIFIABLE CHARACTERISTICS OF LIGHTING
3.2 LUMINANCE-BASED MEASUREMENTS
4.1 SEEING LIGHTING CLEARLY
4ENVISIONING THE CONCEPT
4.3 LIGHTING CONCEPTS
5.1 GETTING THE PICTURE
5CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT
6DELIVERING THE LUMENS
6.1 INDIRECT FLUX
6.2 FLUX DISTRIBUTION
6.4 THE LIGHT FIELD
7.1 LIGHTING SPECIFICATION
7GETTING THE LIGHTING YOU WANT
7.2 CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS
Table A2.1Terms and symbols used in the text
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Lighting by Design

Lighting by Design

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