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Hi Writer! INSTRUCTIONS Design the lighting for a specific restaurant venue, the

Hi Writer!
INSTRUCTIONS
Design the lighting for a specific restaurant venue, the base design for which will be provided in the form of cad floor
plans and reflected ceiling plans. 3D files for some venues can be provided if desired.
You are encouraged to modify the design of the interior finishes, furniture layout, etc. as desired. This is an individual
exercise, not a group/class project.
Please look at previous assignments which I downloaded . it’s same Project. Also I downloaded a floor plan of same project
• Concept/Schematic Level Design information (highlighted) due on November 17th
– (Assignment #7)
• Lighting Concept Statement – describe your design concept and why you made the choices you did.
Make sure you also describe appropriate and defensible use of each of the three primary lighting “layers”
discussed in class:
1. General/Ambient
2. Focal/Task
3. Glitter/Sparkle
• Light Map graphically depicting relative intensities as well as treatments
• Floor Lighting Plan with fixture symbols shown and tagged Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0” or as appropriate
• Reflected Ceiling Lighting Plan – fixture symbols shown and tagged. Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0” or as appropriate
• Lighting Sections/Elevations/Details
Must include:
o (1) Enlarged Detail
o (1) Elevation or section describing lighting placement
o (1) Decorative light fixture
• Lighting Switching Plan – Using Only Simple Controls (Single Pole, 3-Way, 4-Way, Dimmer, etc.)
• Light Fixture Cut-Sheets, with Fixture Type Designations, Fixture Part Numbers Clearly Identified and
Lamp Information (All projects must include a minimum of 6 different light fixture types)
• Lighting Fixture Schedule, including:
o Fixture Type Designation (Example: A1, D1, LX-100, LX-101, etc.)
o Fixture Symbol (Create your own and stay consistent throughout the project)
o Fixture Description
o Manufacturer
o Fixture Part Number
o Lamp Information
o Lamp Quantity
o Lamp Wattage
ABS 443/643 INTERIOR LIGHTING DESIGN
FINAL PROJECT – FALL, 2022
• Lighting Power Density (LPD) Calculation & Code Compliance for all Spaces/Areas
o Calculate the total lighting power in Watts based on your design and calculate the designed LPD
value.
o Determine whether the designed LPD complies with the LPD limit set by the IECC 2015 Energy
Code for your venue type. If not, describe the changes you would make in order to meet the code.
Provide compliance reference documents (highlight pages of the code book that you referenced).
• Foot-candle Level Calculations for (2) two areas of your design (using web based VISUAL lighting
calculation software) :
o (1) Choose from the following:
o General Ambient Light Level Calculation,
o Point Calculation of a Spot/Accent Light on Art Work or Task Area
o Lighting Study of a Wall Wash.
o (2) Achieve a minimum of 50 foot-candles at Food Prep Area
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Switching/Dimming Control Plan Exercise
PURPOSE
The purpose of this assignment is to demonstrate a basic understanding of the principles and practices of
dimming and switching lighting within a commercial space.
INSTRUCTIONS
Draw/sketch a dimming/switching control plan for your Final Project restaurant.
You must include the following:
• A combined Floor/Reflected Ceiling Lighting Control Plan with some architectural or decorative
lighting mounted in/on the floor, as well as fixtures mounted to wall surfaces and all ceiling
mounted/recessed lighting fixtures, coves, etc.
• The lighting for your space must include at least (6) layers (zones) of lighting, possible zones
would include: general down-lighting, kitchen lighting, chandeliers, wall sconces, under-counter
lighting, cove lighting, art lighting, in-grade up-lighting, etc.
• Use symbols for fixtures and controls found in your books and/or discussed in class.
• Use basic switching and dimming only, BUT you are also to include a description of the type
of control system you would deem appropriate if you could choose any type you want. Wall-box
dimmers? Time-clock control? Programmable touch-screen? Explain your choice.
• Be sure to indicate an appropriate location for the placement of your controls. In general, you
don’t want the public to be able to access the controls, but it’s a good idea to be able to use the
controls while being able to see the changes you’re making.
• Use the examples from the week 9 lecture notes posted on Canvas. You can use the most basic
example!!
Hi Writer! I downloaded an assignment, floor plan. Also some materials to be used. Please take a look. Thanks.

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Lighting Design

Explain your choice.

Switching/Dimming Control Plan Exercise
PURPOSE
The purpose of this assignment is to demonstrate a basic understanding of the principles and practices of
dimming and switching lighting within a commercial space.
INSTRUCTIONS
Draw/sketch a dimming/switching control plan for your Final Project restaurant.
You must include the following:
• A combined Floor/Reflected Ceiling Lighting Control Plan with some architectural or decorative
lighting mounted in/on the floor, as well as fixtures mounted to wall surfaces and all ceiling
mounted/recessed lighting fixtures, coves, etc.
• The lighting for your space must include at least (6) layers (zones) of lighting, possible zones
would include: general down-lighting, kitchen lighting, chandeliers, wall sconces, under-counter
lighting, cove lighting, art lighting, in-grade up-lighting, etc.
• Use symbols for fixtures and controls found in your books and/or discussed in class.
• Use basic switching and dimming only, BUT you are also to include a description of the type
of control system you would deem appropriate if you could choose any type you want. Wall-box
dimmers? Time-clock control? Programmable touch-screen? Explain your choice.
• Be sure to indicate an appropriate location for the placement of your controls. In general, you
don’t want the public to be able to access the controls, but it’s a good idea to be able to use the
controls while being able to see the changes you’re making.
• Use the examples from the week 9 lecture notes posted on Canvas. You can use the most basic
example!!
Hi Writer! I downloaded an assignment, floor plan. Also some materials to be used. Please take a look. Thanks.