Upplevelse av ljusrummet mellan fasadbelysning på historiska byggnader och stadsrummet
Sammanfattning: This study was conduct as a candidate thesis at Jönköping’s School of Engineering. The purpose of the study was to examine how the light zone of façade lighting on a historical building is perceived in correlation to the cityscape. Historical buildings are an important part of the cityscape and connect the identity of the city, the cultural heritage, and the history of the building to the inhabitants. However, currently there is little published research within the area perception of façade lighting. The study is conducted as three case studies on the buildings: Rådhuset (the townhall) in Jönköping, Grand Hotel in Stockholm, and the Stadshuset (City hall) in Gothenburg. The case studies used qualitative observational methods (Lynch /Branzell, PERCIFAL & FOG). To be able to compare the different objects a new method was developed by the authors, named “FOG”. FOG stands for the English word fog. The new method is based on methods established by Lynch, Branzell, Cullen, and the optical scale. Our results indicate that the new method FOG is suitable to use when planning for façade lighting on existing facades, historical or not. FOG also have the potential to be used on other objects than facades when evaluating or working with the cityscape. Historical buildings façade suitability for façade lighting is based on its ornamentation and correlation with the urban space. Lighting on historical building façades increases the accessibility of the area and the perception of exclusiveness of the area.
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