Introduction to Sustainable Lighting Design
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Daylighting in a Vertical Hardscape
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Last updated 4/2017
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  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the key benefits of daylighting concepts and its application to outdoor design of spaces.
  • Describe a range of design considerations associated with daylighting techniques for the exterior environment.
  • Describe a range of daylight delivery systems and methods that can be used by Landscape Architects within their hardscape design.
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Requirements
  • You should be able to use a PC at beginner level
  • An interest in lighting design and sustainable lighting systems would be a great advantage.
Description

What is daylighting? What are the different types of lighting design? How is it beneficial to the public and the environment? 

This webinar will introduce key concepts in the use of daylighting within exterior covered structures and within the design of vertical hardscape. The term daylighting, typically applied to use within buildings, describes a concept of the use of design techniques to use reflection, opening placement, with lighting control integration, will be discussed in the context of the design of hardscape outdoors.

The integration of solar angles, wind movement, shadows, shade, all impact thermal comfort of a space. Through strategic placement of conceptual techniques of daylighting, including strategic placement of opening in walls, or other vertical structures can influence the thermal comfort of the space. The use of reflective elements such as water can be used within night lighting to reduce needed lighting to achieve the needed design and safety considerations. Examples will be presented to illustrate the concepts.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to learn about sustainable lighting design.
  • Professionals who are interested in refresher courses on Lighting Design.
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11 Lectures
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Types of Daylight
07:24

Sun Path
11:08

Daylighting Language
07:29
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Introduction to Daylighting Design and Techniques
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Daylighting Design
09:09

Light Shelves
04:00

Toplighting and Monitor
02:57

Sawtooth Roof, Reflection and Skylights
04:25

Shadow and Shade
05:26
About the Instructor
MSC James McGregor
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Instructor

Considered one of Australia’s leading thinkers in Green Building technologies and sustainable development, James McGregor has over 18 years of experience in the design, construction and portfolio management of sustainable developments.  

He brings together a unique combination of experience in the property sector spanning the full property life cycle including research and development, engineering design, construction, facilities management and portfolio management of sustainable power generation, commercial, residential, and institutional construction projects

James has a Masters Degree in Business and Technology, a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.