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 Light & Engineering 26 (3)

Light & Engineering 26 (3)

Volume 26
Date of publication 09/28/2018
Pages 29-36

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Lighting of Engineering Structures and Industrial Facilities New Aspects of the Topic. L&E 26 (3) 2018
Articles authors:
Nikolay I. Shchepetkov, George N. Cherkasov, Vladimir A. Novikov

Nikolay I. Shchepetkov, Dr. of Architecture, Professor. At present, he is a head of the Architectural Physics Department of Moscow Architecture Institute, laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation (for architectural lighting of Moscow), editorial board member of the Light & Engineering Journal

Dr. of Architecture, Professor. Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute in 1958. Professor of the chair of “Architecture of industrial structures” of Moscow Institute of Architecture (SA). Honoured architect of the Russian Federation and honorary worker of higher professional education of the Russian Federation

Dr. of Architecture, Professor. Head of the Department “Architecture of rural settlements” MARHI. Honorary architect of Russia and honorary worker of higher professional education of Russia

Abstract
This paper considers the fundamental problem of artificial lighting in various types and scales of industrial facilities, focusing on exterior lighting design solutions. There is a lack of interest from investors, customers and society in high­quality lighting design for industrial facilities in Russia, which in many cities are very imaginative structures, practically unused in the evening. Architectural lighting of various types of installations is illustrated with photographs. The purpose of the article is to draw attention to the aesthetic value of industrial structures, provided not only by the architectural, but also by a welldesigned lighting solution.
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