Architecture for Light Podcast

Architecture for LightThe first presentation in the Indispensable Lighting Series is a two-hour, two-part video entitled, Architecture for Light by Kim and Paul. In Part One, Heirloom Ideas, Modern Semantics and Current Realizations, Kim and Paul examine design considerations for creating the built environment that embrace light. In Part Two, Lighting Design in the Era of Energy Codes, the authors discuss the lighting design process, integrated design, and explore case studies involving these concepts.

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PART 1: HEIRLOOM IDEAS, MODERN SEMANTICS AND CURRENT REALIZATIONS

In Part One, Heirloom Ideas, Modern Semantics and Current Realizations, Kim and Paul examine design considerations for creating the built environment that embrace light.

0:00 Intro
5:08 The Original Disconnect
7:27 Efficiency of the Space
11:16 The Original Lighting Designers
16:40 Math Becomes Research
19:04 Transfer of Illumination
28:19 Creating the Unexpected
37:14 Light and Direction
41:09 Summations


PART 2: LIGHTING DESIGN IN THE ERA OF ENERGY CODES

In Part Two, Lighting Design in the Era of Energy Codes, the authors discuss the lighting design process, integrated design, and explore case studies involving these concepts.

0:00 Intro
5:15 The Alarming Question
9:02 Vertical Design Process
16:00 Imagining Sessions
28:23 Appropriate Treatments
35:55 Space Volume and Geometry
43:06 Verticality
54:09 Hierarchy
1:03:04 Light and Direction
1:09:00 Efficiency of Design
1:14:44 Problem Solving Becomes Design