Daylighting and its effects on interior atmospheres
Tevfikler, Ayşe Banu
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In this work, daylighting has been studied from its effect on the interior atmosphere point of view. This required investigating the scope that it can be employed as a design element for the built form. Within this aspect, the various factors influencing the way that it can be presented within an interior space are examined. Several impressions have been defined previously by researchers through statistical analyses as results of lighting patterns employed within an interior. These are tried to see if they are obtainable by daylighting. Building examples which make use of different strategies of daylighting are chosen and examined as to whether the defined impressions were felt as a consequence of the daylighting on the interior atmosphere.