I have 10 lighting fixtures in an office space, and the architect is providing 3 on-off switches:

- switch 1, on-off 5 lightings (50% of lighting numbers)

- switch 2, on-off 2 lightings (20% of lighting numbers)

- switch 3, on-off 3 lightings (30% of lighting numbers)

Does this strategy comply with LEED? I don't think this is what LEED is looking for in multilevel lighting. Correct me if I'm wrong, but my understanding is LEED requires each lighting has the ability to reduce its maximum brightness to the midlevel (let's say 50% of brightness), it’s not like you have multi-circuit to turn on-off 30%, 50%, 70% of lighting fixture numbers in the space.