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Illuminating: Natural Light in Residential Architecture

Illuminating: Natural Light in Residential Architecture

$39.95

Corrodi, Michelle

ed. Pap. Basel, 2008

Book ID: 78130

Describes central aspects of light planning, including the connection between the provision of daylight and architectural design, building orientation, the nature of the facade, the ground plan, comfort, and the proportions and atmosphere of rooms. In the process, general characteristics and fundamental principles as well as subtle facets of an intelligent treatment of daylight are discussed and critically examined within an expanded architecture- and culture-historical context.

230 pp., 60 color, 240 B&W illus.