the art of architectural daylighting

this book reveals how architects have bridged the poetic and practical potential of daylighting to create exquisitely illuminated spaces. there is a risk of reducing daylighting design to a quantitative exercise, overlooking aspects of design.

authormary guzowski

pages: 290 pp

format: hardcover

published: june 2018

publisher: laurence king

material: paper

audience: general 

language: english

dimensions: 11.6 x 9.9 x 0.9 inches

weight: 3.7 lbs


12 buildings are examined, using photographs, drawings, and plans.
each case study also includes technical analysis diagrams, specially created using specialist software.
featured architects include renzo piano, david chipperfield, and steven holl.
will be invaluable for professionals and students alike.

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