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A preliminary Study and suggested Evaluation Methodology for the Improved Fashion Shop Lighting Design using Museum Lighting Design
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A preliminary Study and suggested Evaluation Methodology for the Improved Fashion Shop Lighting Design using Museum Lighting Design
Ko, Tae-Kyoung; Kim, In-Tae; Choi, An-Seop;
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 Abstract
Lighting in a fashion shop has an effect on customers, highlights the products on the shelf, and has become more important. Even though lighting has a significant effect on customers, the studies on fashion shop lighting have primarily focused on how to create lighting which can influence customers` purchase behavior, and their awareness and expectation. On the contrary, it`s been hard to find a study on a quantified fashion shop lighting plan considering customer confidence. In a current fashion shop lighting plan, display lighting is planned indiscreetly. Therefore, this study conducted an investigation of the light environment of the current fashion shop and museum exhibits lighting. Through such processes, the possibility of applying fashion store display lighting environments was investigated. Finally, for the assessment of museum exhibitions lighting applying fashion store display lighting environments, a subjective evaluation method using light simulation was proposed.
 Keywords
Fashion Shop Lighting;Museum Exhibit Lighting;Display Lighting;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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