[R] = Reinhart, Christoph. Daylighting Handbook I. 2014. ISBN: 9780692203637.
Other recommended readings and references for this course include:
Larson, Greg W., and Rob A. Shakespeare. Rendering with Radiance:The Art and Science of Lighting Visualization. Booksurge LLC, 2004. ISBN: 9780974538105.
Lam, W. Sunlighting as Formgiver for Architecture. Van Rostrand Reinhold Company, 1986. ISBN: 9780442259419.
Rea, M., ed. The Lighting Handbook. 9th ed. Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, 2000. ISBN: 9780879951504.
Guzowski, M. Daylighting for Sustainable Design. McGrawHill, 1999. ISBN: 9780070254398.
O’Connor, Jennifer, Eleanor Lee, Francis Rubinstein, et al. Tips for Daylighting with Windows. Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 1997.
Tanizaki, J. In Praise of Shadows. Leete’s Island Books, 1977. ISBN: 9780918172020.
|1||Introduction to Daylighting||
[R] Chapter 1: Introduction
[R] Chapter 2: Designing for Daylighting
|2||The Source||[R] Chapter 3: The Source|
|3||The Sensor||[R] Chapter 4: The Sensor|
|4||Photometry and HDR Workshop||
Inanici, M. “Introduction to High Dynamic Range Photography (PDF - 84.1MB).” Radiance Workshop Slides, 2009.
———. “[Evaluation of High Dynamic Range Photography as a Luminance Data Acquisition System](http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1191/1365782806li164oa).” Lighting Research and Technology 38, no. 2 (2006): 123–34.
|5||Massing Studies||[R] Chapter 5: Massing Studies|
|6||Where is the Sun?||
[R] Chapter 6: Where is the Sun?
Duffie, John A., and William A. Beckman. Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes. Wiley, 2006. ISBN: 9780471698678.
|7||Designing with the Sun||[R] Chapter 7: Static Shading|
|8||Physical Model Building||[R] Chapter 8: Physical Models|
Reinhart, C. F. “Simulation-based Daylight Performance Predictions.” In Building Performance Simulation for Design and Operation. Edited by J. Hensen and R. Lamberts. Taylor & Francis, 2011, pp. 235–53. ISBN: 9780415474146.
Building Technologies Department of Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. “Radiance Reference Manual (PDF).” 2011.
|10||Light and Matter||No required readings|
|11||Circadian Effects of Light (Lockley)||Lockley, S., and R. Foster. Sleep: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, 2012. ISBN: 9780199587858.|
Reinhart, C. F. “Simulation-based Daylight Performance Predictions.” In Building Performance Simulation for Design and Operation. Edited by J. Hensen and R. Lamberts. Taylor & Francis, 2011, pp. 253–76. ISBN: 9780415474146.
Reinhart, C. F., and D. Weissman. “The daylit area – Correlating architectural student assessments with current and emerging daylight availability metrics.” Building and Environment 50 (April 2012): 155–162.
|13||Visual Comfort & Occupant Behavior||
Wienold, J., and J. Christoffersen. “Evaluation methods and development of a new glare prediction model for daylight environments with the use of CCD cameras.” Energy and Buildings 38, no. 7 (2006): 743–57.
Reinhart, C. F., and J. Wienold. “Lightswitch-2002: a model for manual and automated control of electric lighting and blinds.” Solar Energy 77, no. 1 (2004): 15–28.
|14||Envelope Design||No required readings|
|15||Electric Lighting||No required readings|
|16||Integrating Electric Lighting & Energy||Reinhart, C. F., and J. Wienold. “The daylighting dashboard – A simulation-based design analysis for daylit spaces.” Building and Environment 46, no. 2 (2011): 386–96.|