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Stephanie Deckard | Final Thesis Presentation | Lighting/Electrical Princeton Theological Seminary Library Princeton, NJ EwingCole.

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1 Stephanie Deckard | Final Thesis Presentation | Lighting/Electrical Princeton Theological Seminary Library Princeton, NJ EwingCole

2 Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements Stephanie Deckard | Final Thesis Presentation | Lighting/Electrical Princeton Theological Seminary Library Princeton, NJ EwingCole

3 Location Princeton, NJ Size 99,585 sqft Stories basement Occupancy type A-3 Assembly Dates of construction Mar 2010 – Dec 2012 Construction Cost $55 million Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

4 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim HISTORICAL DAYLIGHT FUNCTIONAL Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

5 Concept Jesus spoke to them saying: “I am the light of the world.” John 8:12

6 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim ICONIC SPARKLE TASKS Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

7 South Façade and Grounds Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

8 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim South Façade and Grounds Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

9 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim ICONIC WAYFINDING SAFETY Design Goals Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

10 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim Concept Grounds Poles Step lights Sconces Surface-mounted uplights Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

11 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim Concept Grounds Poles Step lights Sconces Surface-mounted uplights 20 lux Medium Activity LZ2  Façade | E v = 60 lux  Paths to Curb | E h = 7 lux E v = 1.1 lux MEDIUM ACTIVITY LZ2 Façade E v = 60 lux Paths to Curb E h = 7 lux E v = 1.1 lux Canopied Entry E h = 12.6 lux E v = 7.7 lux Medium Activity LZ2  Canopied Entry | E h = 12.6 lux E v = 7.7 lux Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

12 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim Concept Grounds Poles Step lights Sconces Surface-mounted uplights Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

13 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim Concept Grounds Poles Step lights Sconces Surface-mounted uplights Wattage GROUNDS Walkways < 10ft wide 0.7 W/lf Walkways >= 10ft wide 0.12 W/sqft Pedestrian tunnels 0.14 W/sqft FACADE Facade 0.1 W/sqft ENTRANCE Main Entries 10.8 W/sqft Building Grounds  Walkways < 10ft wide | 0.7 W/lf  Walkways >= 10ft wide | 0.12 W/sqft  Pedestrian tunnels | 0.14 W/sqft Building Façade | 0.1 W/sqft Building Entrance  Main Entries | 10.8 W/lf Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

14 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim Controls LUTRON ENERGI SAVR NODE LUTRON GRAFIK EYE LUTRON XPJ SWITCHING CONTROL Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

15 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim Atrium Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements Luce Library

16 FUNCTIONAL MEMORABLE EFFICIENT Design Goals Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

17 Design Goals Create a memorable space Avoid glare and distractions for readers Take advantage of daylight ARCHITECTURE MEMORABLE EFFICIENT Design Goals Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

18 Design Goals Create a memorable space Avoid glare and distractions for readers Take advantage of daylight ARCHITECTURE LIGHTING EFFICIENT Design Goals Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

19 Design Goals Create a memorable space Avoid glare and distractions for readers Take advantage of daylight ARCHITECTURE LIGHTING ELECTRICAL Design Goals Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

20 Design Goals Create a memorable space Avoid glare and distractions for readers Take advantage of daylight ARCHITECTURE LIGHTING ELECTRICAL Design Goals Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

21 Picture w/ bridges and w/o materials showing sidelighting, clerestory and skylights Bridges selected Bridges removed Change view toward stairs Stairs view with new hallway added Daysim results (Take away Daysim) Location of new hallway (plan) New hallway added New Daysim results Design Goals MAXIMIZE DAYLIGHT CENTRALIZE CIRCULATION Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

22 MAXIMIZE DAYLIGHT CENTRALIZE CIRCULATION Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

23 Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements 40 lux

24 Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements 40 lux

25 Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

26 Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

27 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim Existing bridges New hallway Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

28 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim New hallway Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

29 Stephanie Deckard Adam Karlheim 40 lux Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

30 Design Goals Create a memorable space Avoid glare and distractions for readers Take advantage of daylight ARCHITECTURE LIGHTING ELECTRICAL Design Goals Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

31 Design Goals Create a memorable space Avoid glare and distractions for readers Take advantage of daylight Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

32 Design Goals Create a memorable space Avoid glare and distractions for readers Take advantage of daylight 100 lux READING AREAS Tables and Chairs E h = 474 lux E v = 276 lux CIRCULATION CORRIDOR Public Adjacency Passageways E h = 90 lux E v = 71 lux Atrium Passageway E h = 41 lux E v = 28 lux STAIRS Typical E h = 85 lux E v = 26 lux Stairs  Typical | E h = 85 lux E v = 26 lux Illuminance Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

33 Design Goals Create a memorable space Avoid glare and distractions for readers Take advantage of daylight Corridor/Transition | 0.66 W/sqft Library Stacks | 1.26 W/sqft Atrium  40 ft and above in height | 0.23 W/sqft ATRIUM 40 ft and above in height 0.23 W/sqft TRANSITION Corridor 0.66 W/sqft LIBRARY Stacks 1.26 W/sqft Wattage Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

34 Controls LUTRON XPJ SWITCHING CONTROL LUTRON RADIO POWR SAVR WIRELESS DAYLIGHT SENSOR LUTRON LOS C SERIES VACANCY SENSOR Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

35 ARCHITECTURE LIGHTING ELECTRICAL Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

36 Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

37 Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

38 Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

39 Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

40 Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

41 DC Equipment SEMINAR ROOMS | A/V EQUIPMENT ATRIUM CORRIDORS | LED LIGHTING Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

42 DC Bus SEMINAR ROOMS | A/V EQUIPMENT ATRIUM CORRIDORS | LED LIGHTING Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

43 PV Array Electrical Room with AC panel Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

44 BENEFITS OF THIS SYSTEM Minimize energy losses Flexible layout Cheaper fixtures Less supplemental equipment Safer Installation Less installation time DRAWBACKS OF THIS SYSTEM Voltage drop issues Additional transfer switches Not an industry standard Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breadth: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

45 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Family AE Professors EwingCole All AE students, especially those in the lighting option Introduction Lighting Concept South Façade and Grounds Lighting Design Atrium Architectural Breath: Daylight/Circulation Lighting Design Electrical Depth: Dual Bus System Acknowledgements

46 South Façade and Grounds Wiring Diagram - Lutron Energi Savr NodeWiring Diagram – Lutron XPJ Switching Control APPENDIX

47 Atrium Wiring Diagram - Lutron LOS C Series Occupancy SensorWiring Diagram – Lutron XPJ Switching Control APPENDIX

48 Dual Bus System

49 One Line Diagram – Drawing EPV.3One Line Diagram – Drawing E0.1.2 APPENDIX


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