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Pages: 230

Language: English

Publisher: John Wiley Sons Inc (1 July 1993)

By: Carl Gardner (Author)

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Because the lighting of commercial interiors and exteriors is considered to be one of the most important elements in interior and architectural design, the range of sources, fittings and control technology, and the effects achievable with them, is rapidly multiplying. Illustrated throughout with project case studies and product/effect examples, each chapter is cross-referenced to enable the reader to move from a particular scheme to a featured fitting, then to a range of relevant sources available.


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