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by Roger Narboni

  • ISBN: 3764370793
  • Category: Photo and Art
  • Author: Roger Narboni
  • Subcategory: Architecture
  • Other formats: docx azw lrf lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Birkhäuser Architecture; 1 edition (October 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 230 pages
  • FB2 size: 1690 kb
  • EPUB size: 1450 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
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This publication recognises recent developments by combining the technical sphere with an artistic perspective, centred on the question of the role of natural and artificial light in the perception of a variety of (urban) landscapes.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Landscape Lighting by Roger Narboni (Hardback . This book features more than 50 recent international projects where the lighting is the defining design feature

This book features more than 50 recent international projects where the lighting is the defining design feature. For large schemes, a professional lighting designer is usually employed, but for smaller projects it will often fall to the architect or designer to specify the lighting.

Lighting design, long regarded as a pragmatic and purely technical aspect of construction planning, has increasingly developed into a discipline of its own over the past years. This publication recognises recent developments by combining the technical sphere with an artistic perspective, centred on the question of the role of natural and artificial light in the perception of a variety of (urban) landscapes.

Lighting the Landscape. Art, Design, Technologies. uk UK Individual Customers samthornton-nostrum. We embark on a process of learning to read (illuminated) landscapes.

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Lighting design, long regarded as a pragmatic and purely technical aspect of construction planning, has increasingly developed into a discipline of its own over the past years. This publication recognises recent developments by combining the technical sphere with an artistic perspective, centred on the question of the role of natural and artificial light in the perception of a variety of (urban) landscapes.
Reviews about Lighting the Landscape (2):
Dreladred
I read this book before the other book I ordered at the same time - The Landscape Lighting Book by Moyer - and even without the invidious comparison the pair presents, I found Narboni's musings worthless, yes worthless. One thought one gets when reading it is that he dictated it in about two hours.

There is simply no substance and only the most shallow of commentary on various aspects of lighting. Moyer's is still the bible and in comparison to Narboni's, forget it, there is no comparison possible.
TheMoonix
I agree that this book does not get into depth like other lighting books, but often this is the case with Birkhauser books. The intent is to introduce the reader to a broad range of ideas and topics, to spark inspiration. From there the reader goes out and fills in the blanks. This can be irritating, but I find this book to be helpful for exposing me to new perspectives and ideas in relation to lighting. If Narboni were to go into great detail for each heading and subheading, the book would be hundreds of pages. This is certainly not a how-to manual, it is a starting point. An expensive starting point, but nonetheless I have found it to be very helpful in considering new directions and concepts in lighting design, in relation to landscape and the urban nightscape.

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