Light in Architecture
Revit Architecture : développement de projet et bonnes pratiques
Année : 08/2018 0
Auteur : Chris VAN UFFELEN
Editeur : BRAUN PUBLISHING AGDate parution : 11/2011
Light is a prerequisite for architecture, since it is the element
that renders walls and spaces visible.
With the right light,
well-designed buildings and interiors are considerably
In recent years, supported by groundbreaking
technological innovations, the use of light in architecture and
interior design has become more creative, lively and colorful
Not only have these developments allowed for more
artistry in the field, but lighting design has also become part of
Light in Architecture presents 123
projects by architects and designers all around the world,
where the use of natural and artificial light is the defining
element: the C42 Showroom in Paris, the Air Traffic Control
Tower in Vienna, the Supperclub in Singapore, the Greenpix
Zero Energy Wall in Beijing, the Ave Maria Chapel in Naples,
FL, the Koukjian Jewelry in Beirut and the Deloitte
Headquarters in Copenhagen - this volume allows every
imaginable use of light in every sector to shine.
Chris van Uffelen was born in 1966. The graduate art historian
and freelance author focuses on medieval architecture,
classical modernism and contemporary art of building.
Magazine articles and several books on this topic as well as
numerous contributions in encyclopaedias on the entire history
of art and architecture bear his name.
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Nbr de pages : 440
Poids : 2710 gr
ISBN 10 : 303768092x
ISBN 13 : 9783037680926