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September 01, 2014
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    IES Design Guide for Hotel Lighting
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    Contents
    Introduction
    Exterior Entrance Areas
    Interior Entrances and Lobbies
    Elevator Lobbies, Public Corridors, and Public Restrooms
    Emergency Lighting Considerations in Public Areas
    Summary of Lobby Spaces
    Guest Corridors, Guest Rooms, and Guest Bathrooms
    Ballrooms and Multifunction Meeting Rooms
    Restaurants, Bars, and Eating Spaces 
    Fitness Centers
    References
    Annex A IES Illuminance Determination System
    Annex B Application Illuminance Recommendations - Introduction
    Annex C Common Application Illuminance Recommendations
    Annex D Color Considerations
    Annex E Energy Management Considerations
    Annex F ADA Considerations
    Annex G Table of values for Exterior Walkways and Bikeways
    Annex H Backlight, Uplight, and Glare Ratings
    Common Lighting Terms 

    2012 – 85 pages
    8 ½ X 11, Softcover
    List Price: $ 60.00
    IES Member Price: $42.00
    ISBN: 978-0-87995-257-0
    Order #: DG-25-12

    Product ID: DG-25-12
    Price: $60.00
    Member Price: $42.00
    Product Detailed Description
    This Design Guide focuses on key areas in hotels and provides recommendations for the technologies and application designs available at the time it was written. Hotel classifications may be generally grouped into six main categories in which facilities share similar lodging strategies, based on type, quality, price point, and service levels (listed below). This classification helps guide the execution or design of the entire facility. These categories by no means represent the entire market, but are included for representative purposes only. The Design Guide focuses on general design criteria; it is the responsibility of the individual designer working with the client to choose the appropriate technique for a specific market segment.
    • Economy
    • Mid-Market
    • Upscale
    • Luxury
    • All-Suite
    • Extended-Stay

    For consistency, each section of DG-25-12 follows a standard format. (In addition all applicable codes, such as the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) described in Annex F and energy and outdoor codes in Annexes E and G should be closely followed.)
    • Uses of Space
    • Lighting Design Considerations
    • Design Criteria and Lighting Solutions


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