The industry standard illustrated guide from the National Kitchen and Bath Association Co-published by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), Kitchen and Bath Lighting is the go-to resource for designing, planning, and installing light in residential kitchen and bath projects. Full color illustrations throughout the book make Kitchen and Bath Lighting a visually absorbing experience. This beautiful volume begins with the basics of light, color, and vision, progressing from there through every stage of the residential lighting design process. With special attention to sustainability and lighting for older eyes, this book contains the information you need to know about the latest trends impacting the lighting industry. Because the NKBA established the standard kitchen and bath guidelines for both new construction and remodels, Kitchen and Bath Lighting is aligned with the practices that are in high demand. This book is also an excellent choice for anyone hoping to obtain credentials as a Certified Kitchen Designer or Certified Bath Designer. Comprehensive coverage of the kitchen and bath lighting process, from the fundamentals of color to design documentation to construction Illustrated guidelines for using lighting tools like sources, luminaries, and controls in design development Glossary and end-of-chapter exercises for quickly learning and referencing key terminology and lighting techniques Companion website offering resources for instructors This new addition to the NKBA's Professional Resource Library is an essential reference for kitchen and bath designers, lighting designers, and interior designers, as well as contractors, retrofitters, specifiers, and anyone else involved in lighting kitchens and bathrooms. Kitchen and Bath Lighting will give you the visual understanding of lighting that can lead directly to client satisfaction.As you might expect with a fastaevolving technology, the dimming of LED luminaires and lamps does not match the experience of dimmed ... LED luminaires typically use dimming drivers either controlled over the power line by extraalow voltage (ELV) incandescent dimmers ... (These may be the analog 0a 10V signal or a digital signal such as DMX512, a theatrical protocol often used for colored lighting.)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Kitchen and Bath Lighting|
|Author||:||Dan Blitzer, Tammy Mackay, NKBA|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-03-23|