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Document Text Contents
Page 2

Daylighting
Natural Light in Architecture

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Host Street, Bristol

Architect and lighting design Jeremy Johnson-Marshall

Client Kinneir Dufort Design Ltd.

The majority of the Case Studies are examples
of new buildings, where the daylighting
strategy has been one of the important
determinants of the design. In the case of Host
Street, this was an existing nineteenth century
listed industrial building, where ‘new use’
demanded additional floor space in the roof
which had seen no daylight.
In the nineteenth century cane sugar had

been processed on the plantations and sent to
England as crude molasses, where it was
refined. Host Street is a typical industrial
building erected for this purpose, adjoining
the docks in the centre of the city. It has cast
iron columns supporting heavy timber floors,
and had been converted into offices, studios

and prototyping workshops for a firm of
industrial designers.

The top floor however was limited by a
1.7m headroom below heavy roof truses, and
to gain the extra space required it was
decided to remove the existing roof and to
raise it, allowing the addition of an extra
floor. This created the opportunity, indeed
the necessity, to consider the entry of natural
light to the newly created floor areas.

The method adopted can be be seen in the
accompanying plans and sections. The new
roof matched the old at the front, but a glazed
gable was included at the rear, allowing
daylight to penetrate to the new floor areas.
The proposals permitted better daylight to

the new areas than that available to those
below. Due to the listed nature of the
buildings, these dramatic changes were the
subject of long discussions, but the final results
have achieved a working commercial building
retaining its open industrial spaces.

A series of photographs taken on
completion of the project clearly illustrate the
quality of the spaces, and the success of the
daylighting strategy adopted. Without the
careful consideration of the natural lighting
adopted this project would have been
untenable.

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Subject Index

(Projects used as Case Studies are in Bold)

Abbeywood MOD, Bristol, 94–97
Abu Dhabi Airport, 16
Abu Dhabi Hotel, Health Spa, 18
Aedas Architects, 55
Ahrends Burton and Koralek, 118
Alec French Partnership, 124, 126
Allies and Morrison, 132
American Community School, Cobham,

156–159
Andre Viljoen, 170
Archaeological Museum Delphi, 170
Architects Co-Partnership, 114
Architects Design Partnership, 138
Armstrong TG and Partners, 114
Artificial Light Sources, 39
Artificial Sun, 58
Arup (Ove Arup and Partners) Lighting,

78, 82, 90, 118, 126, 128, 144
Arup Campus, Solihull, 90–93
Atelier A4 and Anderson Swartz, 76
Atria, 24–25
Average Daylight Factor, 49, 58

Bagsvaerd Church, Denmark, 66
Bartenbach Lichtabor, 170
Bartlett School of Architecture, 57, 58
BEMS, 41, 55, 115, 123
Bennetts Associates, 190
Borax building, 24
Boxmoor Church Hemel Hempstead, 28
Brian Ford Associates, 148
Buro Happold, 122, 192
Burrell Collection, Glasgow, 67

Cabinet Berthon, 76
Calculation, xxii, 45–59
Canada Water Tube Station, 180–181
Canary Wharf Tube Station, Milwaukee,

US, 182–185
Central United Methodist Church, 142–143
Change and Variety, 9
Chelsea Club, 150–151

Chetwood Associates, 164
Chipping Norton Leisure Centre, 148–149
Chiswick House, 4, 23
City Hall, London, 21
City Learning Centre, Bristol, 124–125
City Plaza, Hong Kong, 11
Claude Engle, 72
Connell Ward and Lucas, Moor Park, 65
Conran, 102
Corbusier, Le, 29
Cranfield College, 66
Cullinan, Edward, 192
Cummins Engine Company, Kent, 190–191

Dangerfield AS, 172
David Statue, Florence, 10
Daylight Factor, 8, 57
Daylight Linking, 8, 38, 40
Daylight Penetration, 45–46
De Syllas House, London, 17, 108–111
De Syllas, Justin, 108
Delphi Museum, The Charioteer, 170–171
Depreciation Factor, 57–58
Doric Column, 10
DPA Lighting Consultants, 55, 104, 162, 172
Dublin Officce of Public Works, 168

Ear Walls, 128
Energy, xx, 7–8
Enfield School, 114–117
Ernest Griffiths and Sons, 190

Faculty of Education, WWE, 126–127
Fielden Clegg Bradley, 148
Finsbury Health Centre, 27
Fletcher Priest, 150
Floor Plate, 51
Florida Southern, Polk Centre, US,

128–131
Foster and Partners, 72, 182

Georgian window, 28

Glazing, 25–28
Global warming, 7
Goldsmiths College, London, 132–137
Great Eastern Hotel, Liverpool Street,

102–106
Gridshell, Weald and Downland

Museum, Sussex, 20, 192–193

Halcrow, 136
Hardy, Professor, 5
Harlequin centre, Watford, 12
Health, 17
Helioden, 40
Hoare Lea, 94
Hobday, Dr, 17
Holistic, 7–8
Host Street, Bristol, 98–100
Human Factors, xxi

Imagination/Ron Heron, 180
Inland Revenue, Nottingham, 66
Innovative Daylight Systems, 33–34
Interactive Window, 34–35

Jesticoþ Whiles, 136
Johnson-Marshall, Jeremy, 98
Jubilee Line Underground, London,

177–188

Kalwall, 124, 150
Keddleston Hall, 4
Kew Gardens, 16
King Khalid Airport, Riyadh, 67

Leeds College of Art & Design, 55–59
Legislation, 42–44
Lei Yue Mun Museum, Hong Kong,

172–174
Light Pipes, 33–34
Lloyd Jones, David, 7
London Metropolitan University, 170

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Lunz Prebor Fowler, 128

Manser Practice, 102
Maurice Brill, 102
Max Fordham, 132
McAslan and Partners, 128
McCormac Jamieson Prichard, 179
McReynolds, Jim, Associates, 144
Michael Hopkins and Partners, 82
Michael Young Building, Open

University, 136–137
Modelling, 10
Museum of Country Life, Ireland, 168–169

NEC, Birmingham, 14
Net zero energy demand, 71

Okalux, 190
Orange Operational Facility, 21
Orchard Learning and Resource, Selly

Oak, 118–121
Orientation, 10

Passive Architecture, xxi, 7–8, 40
Percy Thomas Partners, 94
Permanent Supplementary Artificial

Lighting of Interiors (PSALI), 6, 41
Peter Jones Store, London, 18
Photovoltaics, 42

Physical modelling, 47
Pinniger and Partners, 164
Portcullis House, Westminster, 82–85
Prismatic glazing, 33
Provincial Capitol, Toulouse, 76–77

Reichstag, Berlin, 72–75
Richard Rogers Partners, 78
Right of light, xxiii
Riverhead School, Sevenoaks, 138–140
Ronchamps Chapel, 29
Rothco Chapel, Houston, US, 144–145
Royal Academy, New Rooms, 162–163

Sainsbury Superstore, Greenwich, 24,
164–167

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), 18
Sedum, 138
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, Hyde Park,

154–155
Slender White Partnership, 138
Smallhythe Place, Sussex, 19
Smitt, R, 162
Soane Museum, 20–23
Solar Office, Duxford, 63–64
Solar Shading, 30–32
Solar, 41–42
Southwark Tube Station, 178–179
Squire and Partners, 86–89
Stratford Tube Station, 187–188
Studio E, 154

Sunlight, 12
Sustainable architecture, 7–8
Sutton Vane Associates, 168

Tate Modern, 9
Thermotank, 136
Tito Ito, 154
TME Engineers, 150
Tomblazis AN and Associates, 170

University of Warwick, Union Building,
122–123

Venturi Scott Brown Associates, 76

Waddesden, 17
Waterside (British Airways), 17, 64
Wessex Water operations, 47–59
Wicheloe MacFarlane, 124
Wilkinson Eyre, 186
William Lam and Associates, 142
William Wenzler and Associates, 142
Wilson, Professor Mike, 170
Windows, 8, 28–30, 34
Wood Street 88 Offices, London, 78–81

York Shipley Factory, 68

212 Subject Index

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