Improvement of illumination in architectural studio workplace through fenestration study / Emir Adam Zaidi and Fazidah Hanim Husain

Zaidi, Emir Adam and Husain, Fazidah Hanim (2018) Improvement of illumination in architectural studio workplace through fenestration study / Emir Adam Zaidi and Fazidah Hanim Husain. In: 3rd Undergraduate Seminar on Built Environment and Technology 2018 (USBET2018), September 2018, Universiti Teknologi Mara Perak Branch.

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Abstract

In relation to the human productivity of work, illuminance does play a big role. Daylight is the most reliable source of lighting than artificial lighting because it gives more pleasant environment inside the spaces. Thus, daylight is the main source of lighting chosen. It can gives student a better working environment visually. To provide an effective internal illumination, arrangements of the openings with proper type of opening is important. This research focused on the numerous types and materials of the fenestrations, in order to identify the quantity and quality of daylight that enter the residential buildings.

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Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
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Zaidi, Emir Adam
emiradam0704@gmail.com
Husain, Fazidah Hanim
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Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > Architectural drawing and design
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > Daylighting. Illumination of buildings
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > Details and decoration
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > Architectural decoration
T Technology > TH Building construction > Illumination. Lighting
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Perak > Seri Iskandar Campus
Event Title: 3rd Undergraduate Seminar on Built Environment and Technology 2018 (USBET2018)
Event Dates: September 2018
Page Range: pp. 390-391
Official URL: https://icrp2018.wixsite.com/icrp18
Item ID: 47783
Uncontrolled Keywords: Daylighting ; Opening ; Illuminance
URI: https://ir.uitm.edu.my/id/eprint/47783

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