I have seen the term "total lighting system" in a couple of books but very little detail. It appears that you select different scenarios that you want lit versus doing specific lights. For example, in the kitchen you might tell it that you want it to be light for mid day versus light for night when you want to get a glass of water (this light would be much dimmer). Instead of controlling the under counter lights separately from the ceiling lights with two different switches, you control all the lights in the kitchen simultaneously to create different scenarios--like daytime light in kitchen versus evening light (where want to be dimmer). Can anyone recommend a magazine article or someother place where this is described in detail so that a homeowner could develop their own lighting scheme or at least lay it out?
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