Daylighting Design in Libraries.

Web Abstract: 
The use of natural light in libraries, or daylighting, has traditionally been a desirable building feature and a hallmark of good library design. This discusses daylight basics, as well as general principles of daylighting design in libraries, such as recommended light levels, light distribution, and daylight apertures on roofs and walls. Includes a glossary of daylighting terminology, and further sources of information.
Author: 
Dean, Edward
Publication Date: 
12/31/2004
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References to Books and Other Media