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TSM2015 - Interiors Lighting
Interiors Lighting presents the principles and methods of designing for natural and artificial lighting as an integral component of the built environment. In its interaction with color, materials, textures, space and form, light plays an essential role in shaping experience. Topics covered include: perception, the design process, light sources, fixture selection, color, documentation, codes, calculations, controls, and day lighting.

Prerequisites ( PR450 / Review <min grade = WV> or PRV0001 / Review <min grade = WV> )
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Academic

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