There are several more or less well-known freeware lighting calculation and allow easy access to their tutorials , written or audiovisual form , but we have a comparison between them for guidance on what is most appropriate to meet the needs of our project. This paper analyzes three of the most used in the School of Architecture of Barcelona programs , assessing their performance and aspects of the data provided , in order to know their qualities and recommend its use to the needs of every lighting project . The programs analyzed in this study are Calculux Indoor 5.0 , 4.11 and Dialux Relux Pro Comparative analysis was performed based on the design of two spaces with each of the above programs , assessing from the geometrical data input to output both numeric and graphics . lighting data

Nocturnal landscapes and its image, the correct way to illuminate them, new urban trends, sustainability, are issues that are part of current architectural issues. This project aims to study the lighting as an essential element, characterizing and coordinator of nocturnal landscapes and image of the city.

The following study, that opens this section, analyses one of the basic aspects of lighting:light as revealer of the world. However, what happens if the observer does not have the same ability or sensibility to understand what he sees? We could state that light is one and the same for everybody but what do we learn from different worlds? This is the topic of the Final Thesis of the student of Architecture Núria Hernández Rivera.

Already legend, Santa Eulalia underwent martyrdom by the Roman governor of Bàrcino because they wanted to renounce the Christian faith. Padellàs House explains the story of tears through ice and light.

To offer an informative independent content with quality to the different professionals who intervene in a project of architecture has been from the beginning our vocation. In this line of work, iCandela it has approached the world of the teaching, the University, where the future architects initiate the learning of the lighting. For some this one will be a matter that will carry away them along all his career and later in his professional life.

The scope of the elective course Lighting in architecture at the Faculty of architecture, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia tries to address some important issues regarding the role of light and lighting in a man-made environment. The course takes place every winter semester for last 12 years. During this period it has remarkably influenced professional awareness about importance of light and lighting in the educational process.

My motivation behind this work is to comprehend the emotional reactions that a person has when occupying a space, depending on the interior lighting of said space. Also, to observe how the different ways of lighting a space can have an effect, with attention to aspects like the formal relation of the luminaries and the space, or the chromatic relation of materials and light.

When we use the term dynamic lighting we are referring, not only to the possible variations of luminance parameters provided by luminaries but , more specifically, to the dynamism innate in the observer, produced by the mobility of his eyes and of the observer himself in a space, be it interior or urban. Carolina Carvallo Pinto, in her article, investigates the relationship between the urban lighting system, the dynamics of perception of pedestrians and their understanding of urban space.