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Ultimate Lighting Design

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The lighting designer is at once an artist and an engineer. He uses the best technology available to reveal scope, space, and form?both in landscapes and in urban environments?and aims to do so in a way that achieves a functional, creative, and environmental result. This relatively recent profession is the focus of the latest title in teNeues? Ultimate series. Lighting Des ...more
Hardcover, 512 pages
Published July 15th 2005 by Te Neues Publishing Company
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Oct 28, 2009 Mips rated it liked it
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Ik heb het me eigenlijk nooit ten volle gerealiseerd, maar bij grote architecturale projecten vormt natuurlijk ook 'de verlichting' een belangrijke component.
Overzicht van de belangrijkste realisaties van Hervé Descottes.
Oogt wel een tikkeltje 'onverantwoord' nu om milieu-redenen stilaan overal de lichten gedoofd worden;
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