Light and lighting have become a much-discussed topic, not least because the growing consciousness for architectonic quality has also placed increased requirements on the need for appropriate architectural lighting. The Handbook of Lighting Design gives a summary of the fundamental principles and practice of architectural lighting. It functions both as a textbook for architecture students and as reference material for the working designer.
Rüdiger Ganslandt and Harald Hofmann, 290 pages, ERCO Edition, Published by: Verlag Vieweg, 1992, ISBN 3-528-08895-8
The book is unfortunately out of print; however, a digital version in Adobe Acrobat format (PDF) is available.