INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE - LIGHTING
Daylight architecture is adapting to the lighting requirements with natural light.
The assize of rooms was also determined by the availability of natural lighting and ventilation.
Different basic types of daylighting architecture developed in conjunction with lighting conditions in the various climatic zones of the globe.
 
The flame which was the second light source was separated from fire, the source of warmth.
§ branches were removed from the fire and used for the specific purpose of lighting.
All manner of chandeliers and scones were developed in a wide variety of styles.
§Light began to mark man’s night-time.
 
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