AESTHETICAL LIGHTING architecture

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“AESTHETICAL LIGHTING" : 

“AESTHETICAL LIGHTING" AN OVERVIEW

INTRODUCTION : : 

INTRODUCTION : LIGHTING SERVES ONE OF THE MOST BASIC NEED OF HUMAN KIND , THAT’S IT ENABLES US TO SEE THE WORLD. AT ITS CREATIVE BEST IT CAN CREATE GREAT VISUAL SPLENDOURS THE BEAUTY OF ENVIRONMENT,WHICH GETS INGULFED BY DARKNESS AT NIGHT , CAN BE HIGHLIGHTED AND MADE TO STAND OUT FROM ITS DARK BACKGROUND WITH HELP OF LIGHTING.

SCULPTURAL LIGHTING : 

SCULPTURAL LIGHTING

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AN ABSTRACT FIGURATIVE SCULPTURE SEEMS TO PONDER THE VIEW OF THE GOLDEN BRIDGE LIGHTING HIDDEN AMONG THE PLANTINGS PROVIDE THE ACCENT LIGHTING

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THIS BRONZE MONOLITH GLOWS GOLDEN AGAINST THE DUSKY SKY FOUR WATERTIGHT LOW VOLTAGE FOUNTAIN LIGHTS PROJECT ILLUMINATION UP THE LENGTH OF THE PIECE

PASSAGEWAY LIGHTING : 

PASSAGEWAY LIGHTING

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LIGHTING DESIGN: DWANE JOHNSON, IESNA ARCHITECTURE: DAVID LUDWIG PHOTO: JOHN SUTTON

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THIS PASSAGEWAY IS THE GOOD EXAMPLE OF ACCENT LIGHTING. BLOWN-GLASS PENDANTS CREATING NICE COMBINATION OF STAR VIEW AND PASSAGE LIGHTING. BRACKET FIXTURES MOUNTED ABOVE THE COLUMNS PROVIDE ACCENT LIGHTING. BRACKET FIXTURES BLOWN GLASS PENDANTS

FIBER OPTICAL LIGHTING : 

FIBER OPTICAL LIGHTING

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LIGHTING DESIGN: JANET MOYER, IALD LANDSCAPING DESIGN: KEVIN SHANLEY ARCHITECTURE: TED FLATO PHOTO: KOSTAS PASVANTIS 1.

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FIBER OPTICAL MATERIAL WAS PERMANENTLY FIXED IN FORMED CONCRETE STEPS AND RISERS TO CREATE A CONSTELLATION EFFECT WITH REMOTE PIPED LIGHT.

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THE TREE CANOPY AND GROUNDSCAPE WERE ILLUMINATED WITH LUCIFER LIGHTING SCAPEBEAM FIBER OPTIC DOWNLIGHTS AND SPOTLIGHTS. SPACIAL LENSES VARY THE BEAM’S INTENSITY, COLOUR, AND SPREAD

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LIGHTING DESIGN AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE BY TOFFER DELANEY THE WATER SEEMS TO HAVE AN EXTRA SPARKLE AS IT FLOWS OVER THE EDCE OF THE BLACK BASIN A CLOSER LOOK REVEALS THAT A RUN OF FIBRE OPTIC CABLE ADDS THE EXTRA PUNCH OF ILLUMINATION ALONG THE RIM

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3. A WATERFALL IS LIT BY GLASS FIBRE OPTIC CABLES DRAPED OVER THE WATER FEATURES THE COLOR CAN BE ADJUSTED BY VARING THE POSITION OF A COLOR WHEEL WITHIN THE ILLUMINATOR

LANDSCAPE LIGHTING : 

LANDSCAPE LIGHTING

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WARM AND COOL COLORS PLAY AGAINST EACH OTHER TO CREATE A DRAMATIC EFFECT A HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM WELL LIGHT CASTS AN ORANGE GLOW ON THE WALL MERCURYVAPOUR LIGHTS ADD FANATASTIC COLOR TO A GROVE TREES HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM WELL LIGHT SODIUM VAPOUR LIGHT

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GROUND MOUNTED UPLIGHTS ARE USED TO ENHANCE AND ENPHASISES THE TREES, SHOWING THE SIGN OF SPRING

TEXTURE LIGHTING : 

TEXTURE LIGHTING

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LIGHTING DESIGN: RANDALL WHITEHEAD ARCHITECT: DARYL CHARLES PHOTO: DAVID ALFS

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JAPANESE-STYLE ELEMENTS ARE USE TO CREATE TEXTURE. DISCREET, LOW-VOLTAGE LINEAR LIGHTING DESIGN PATERN IS USED TO CREATE A BEATUFUL ELEVATION THROUGH TEXTURE OF THE WALL

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LIGHTING DESIGN: RANDALL WHITEHEAD LANDSCAPE DESIGN: ROBERT POYAS PHOTO: DENNIS ANDERSON

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SHAD0WS CREATED BY LIGHT PASSING THROUGH LEAFY EUCALYPTUS BRANCHES ADD MYSTERY AND TEXTURE TO THIS SMALL GARDEN. A “DOORWAY TO NOWHERE” PROVIDES A FOCAL POINT ON WHAT WAS SIMPLY A BLANK WALL.

FACADE LIGHTING : 

FACADE LIGHTING

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LIGHTING DESIGN AND ARCHITECT: LIM CHANG AND ASSOCIATES. LIGHTING DESIGN: LINDA FERRY LANDSCAPE DESIGN: MICHELLE COMEAU ARCHITECT: CHARLES ROSE

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THE SENSUAL CURVE OF THE ROOF IS EMPHASIZED WITH LINEAR LOW-VOLTAGE LIGHTING CREATING REFLECTION ON THE FLOOR AND POOL. OPTICAL LIGHTING IS USED TO THE SIDE WALL SLOPE PRODUCING REFRACTIVE LIGHT THROUGH THE WATER FALL.

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FOUR LOW PROFILE PATH LIGHTS ON THE CORNER OF FRONT PATH ILLUMINTING MARBEL TILES. THREE ROWS OF ADJUSTABLE LUMINAIRES HIGHLIGHT THE STONE WALL. ALL TOTAL INTERIOR AND OUT DOOR LIGHTING CREATING REFLECTION IN THE WATER POOL. A SERIES OF PAIRS OF CUSTOM UP-DOWN LIGHTS PROVIDE VISUAL TO THE ENTRY GALLERY AS WELL AS PROVIDES SAFE PASSAGE UP THE EXTERIOR STAIRWAY.

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INDOOR LIGHTING

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LIGHTING DESIGN: RANDALL WHITEHEAD AND CATHERINE ARCHTECT: STAN FIELD. PHOTO: DENNIS ANDERSON

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HERE ARCHED LIGHTING FUNCTIONS ALMOST LIKE A LANTERN AT NIGHT. WARM LIGHTING ON THE ROOF AND WALL PROVIDES A WELCOMING LIGHT THROUGH THE GLASS DOOR

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THE MAGNIFICENT INDOOR POOL WAS DESIGNED TO TAKE THE COLD WINTERS OF IDAHO IN STRIDE . THE RECESS IN THE CEILING IS ILUMINRATED WITH CONTINUOUS LOW VOLTAGE LINEAR LIGHTING THAT USES LONG LIFE XENON SOURCE SERIES OF COPPER FIXTURES ILLUMINATES THE SITTING AREAS ON EITHER SIDE OF THE POOL

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LIGHTING DESIGN: KIP MESIROW ARCHITECTURE: GARY EARI PARSONS PHOTO: MUFFY KIBBEY

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THIS DISTINCTIVE LIGHT FIXTURE, DESIGNED BY KIP MESIROW BECOMES A WONDERFUL BEACON AT NIGHT-LIKE A GIANT MONTH PERCHED ON THE SIDE OF THE HOUSE.

LIGHTING : 

LIGHTING FIXTURES MUSHROOM TYPE FIXTURE IS A GOOD CHOICE FOR PATHWAYS AND GROUND COVER UPLIGHTS INSTALLED IN THE LAWN AREA

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WHEN INSTALLING FIXTURES IN TREES , BE SURE TO USE OF APPROVED METALS .SCEWS OF FERROUS METALS LIKE COPPER CAN POISON TREE PATH LIGHT WITH SHIELDED TOPS ARE A BETTER CHOICE OVER PAGODA LIGFHTS WHICH PRODUCES GLARE

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“LIGHT NOT ONLY TAKES AWAY THE DREAD FROM THE DARK NIGHT BUT AT ITS AESTHETICAL BEST IT CAN ACTUALLY MAKE ONE FALL IN LOVE WITH NIGHT .” -100 MIK N FILMMAKER

BIBLIOGRAPHY : : 

BIBLIOGRAPHY : www.wikipidia.com www.lightingwonder.com OUTDOOR LIGHTING

A presentation by : : 

A presentation by : Rana S. P. Singh b.arch 08/05 Soumik Mukherjee b.arch 10/05 Vivek Kumar b.arch 16/05

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T H A N S K