The aim of this study is to analyze the daylight performance at Changdeokgung Nakseonjae that is the representative and most well preserved Korean royal palace. As a result of measuring illuminance and luminance, direct sunlight is cut off by the eaves and reflective light from the court comes in the inside of the upper floor. As the layer of window is increased, daylight is decreased and the illuminance distribution is more stable because of decreasing of illuminance change. This study would be used as preliminary data for applying characteristics of lighting environment of Korean royal palace to modern architecture.
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