I've been looking on the Internet for sample wiring plans for ceiling fixtures in multiple rooms but I can't find any. All I can find are diagrams for wiring single rooms.
The person who is going to be designing the wiring circuits says his plan is to do it this way: run a feed from the panel box to the first switch from below, then drop down from that switch and go to the next switch, then down and to the next switch, etc. At each switch, run a wire from the switch up to the ceiling fixture that it controls.
My question is: Is there another way to do this where the feed would go from the panel box to the first ceiling fixture, then to the next ceiling fixture, then to the next, etc. Then, from each ceiling fixture, run a switch loop wire to the switch that controls it and code the white wire in the switch loop to black.
Is this an option? Do some people do it that way? To me, this seems like a more direct wiring plan with less wiring being used and fewer connections in the switch boxes.