How do you specify good office lighting?

The new BCO Guide to Lighting will answer this and other questions, it has been written by leading lighting professionals practising in the office sector. The world of lighting is currently going through some dramatic changes as there is a drive to reduce carbon emissions and lamp technology is evolving and changing at a fast pace.

Publication Date 25 Sep 2013
Title BCO Guide to Lighting
Category BCO Research & Policy, Architecture & Interior Design, Construction, Engineering, Technical Services, QS & Cost Control, NextGen & Future Trends
Member Cost£69.00
Non Member Cost£99.00
Description The main message is to use daylight effectively and use artificial lighting only where and when it’s is needed. This objective also helps us to reduce the amount of energy consumed by lighting which is further helped by the new technology available in lighting.

This new Guide is split into three sections: the first focuses on daylight and energy use, the second looks at the science and principles behind the lighting practice and the third gives examples and specific guidance for shell and core, Category A and Category B lighting solutions.

It is aligned with the latest guidance from the British Standards Institution (BS EN 12464-1) and the Society of Light and Lighting.

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