A synergistic approach to outdoor lighting design
Li, Lian Zen
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Outdoor lighting is an integral part of the design in the landscape and the built environment. It is what keeps places alive with people at night. Many outdoor lighting installations we experience at night, however, are uninformative, wasteful, unsafe and monotonous. This thesis takes a synergistic approach to investigate lighting issues that are directly linked to light pollution, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design and wayfinding by reviewing current outdoor lighting design criteria and requirements, to form a set of design guidelines that can be applied in the three revisions to East Campus Village’s lighting design on UGA campus.
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