Sustainable Lighting within Architecture (26:49)

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Presentation Overview
Artificial lighting is an often underutilised but important aspect of architectural design. The seminar will cover:
- Sustainable lighting design in a broad sense
- Part L lighting regulations and how to use lighting design to meet Part L requirements
- Energy efficient lamp sources and understanding the criteria that effects efficient lighting design; referring to examples from leisure, residential and working environments
- It wil enable architects to approach a lighting design with the base knowledge of which using energy efficient light sources to use in conjuction with the principles of good lighting design to comply with current environmental legislations
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