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REPORT ON NATURAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATIONReport on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION    Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICE...
NATURAL LIGHT : Daylight provides a better lighting environment than cool white orenergy-efficient fluorescentelectrical l...
PhotographyNatural-light photography takes advantage of the abundant sunlight available during theday. Shooting in natural...
Report on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION   Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICES               B. ARCH PART TIME YCMOU...
LIGHTING OR ILLUMINATION is the deliberate use of light to achieve apractical or aesthetic effect. Lighting includes the u...
Report on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION   Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICES               B. ARCH PART TIME YCMOU...
Report on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION   Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICES               B. ARCH PART TIME YCMOU...
Report on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION   Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICES               B. ARCH PART TIME YCMOU...
Report on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION   Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICES               B. ARCH PART TIME YCMOU...
Report on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION   Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICES               B. ARCH PART TIME YCMOU...
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  1. 1. REPORT ON NATURAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATIONReport on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICES B. ARCH PART TIME YCMOUAAYOJAN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE SEMESTER - V
  2. 2. NATURAL LIGHT : Daylight provides a better lighting environment than cool white orenergy-efficient fluorescentelectrical light sources because “daylight…most closely matches the visual response that,through evolution, humans have come to compare with all other light” (Franta and Anstead1994). The majority of humans prefer a daylit environment because sunlight consists of abalanced spectrum of color, with its energy peaking slightly in the blue-green area of thevisible spectrumUSES OF NATURAL LIGHT: Health BenefitsUV radiation from the sun causes skin cancer, but only in high doses over many years. Small daily doses of natural light helpyou sleep, according to Deborah Kotz in a June 2008 article for "US News and World Report." Exposing yourself to naturallight tells your body to stop melatonin production. This prevents daytime drowsiness. Exposure to sunlight also causes thebody to produce more serotonin. Low serotonin production is believed to be a cause of depression. People who sufferfrom Seasonal Affective Disorder find relief by using lamps that mimic the spectrum of natural light in the winter, when lesssunlight is available.Plantation Plants grow best in natural light, which contains a broad spectrum of colors. House plants often grow slowly or lose leaves due to inadequate light. Southern-facing windows provide the most natural light for indoor plants, says the Texas A&M University Agricultural Extension Office. Eastern and western-facing Windows may also work, but they only receive 60 percent of the light a Southern-facing window does. Fluorescent lights provide the blue spectrum of light most plants use for leaf production, but are missing the infrared wavelengths of natural light, which stimulates flowering.Report on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICES B. ARCH PART TIME YCMOUAAYOJAN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE SEMESTER - V
  3. 3. PhotographyNatural-light photography takes advantage of the abundant sunlight available during theday. Shooting in natural light prevents the need for expensive artificial light, which can bedifficult to set up. Different conditions, such as cloud cover or a setting sun, change thecolor and intensity of natural light.Report on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICES B. ARCH PART TIME YCMOUAAYOJAN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE SEMESTER - V
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  5. 5. LIGHTING OR ILLUMINATION is the deliberate use of light to achieve apractical or aesthetic effect. Lighting includes the use of both artificial light sources likelamps and light fixtures, as well as natural illumination by capturing daylight.Daylight (using windows, skylights, or light shelves) is sometimes used as the mainsource of light during daytime in buildings. This can save energy in place of usingartificial lighting, which represents a major component of energy consumption inbuildings. Proper lighting can enhance task performance, improve the appearance ofan area, or have positive psychological effects on occupants.Report on NATUTAL LIGHT & ILLUMINATION Name –SUMIT RAINASubject -BUILDING SERVICES B. ARCH PART TIME YCMOUAAYOJAN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE SEMESTER - V
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