This is French translation of the English version of RP-1-12 (without change)
This recommended practice address recent changes in the office environment such as computer-based tasks, new office layouts, the effect of energy efficiency on lighting design, new light sources and control strategies to name a few.
By maintaining a focus on lighting quality and human visual performance, and using the available technology, lighting practitioners can light the workplace more effectively. Their careful attention to the details, and willingness to work with other members of the design team (architects, engineers, interior designers, owners and users), will ensure the best possible use of available resources in design solutions that are cost effective, environmentally sustainable, and that yield higher workplace satisfaction and consequently enhanced organizational productivity.
Introduction Summary of Recommendations Desirable Luminous Conditions Means and Methods – Design Basics Energy Efficiency, Sustainability and Controls Design Issues for Specific Areas Interactions with other building performance issues Annex A: Lighting Calculation & Design Issues Annex B: Lighting Calculation & Design Issues Annex C: Glossary Endnotes