Light and its effect on human beings – how much responsibility a lighting designer has
Since 2001, we know that light also has non-visual effects on human beings. Continuing research shows that lighting designers can influence users’ feeling of well-being in architectural spaces. How do we practise in this new and evolving field, which is blurring the lines between lighting specifications capable of behavioural and biological manipulation, and those defined for delivering light for visual acuity alone?
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The discussion will take place on Saturday, 4. November, 2017 at 13.30 in the PLD Alliance lounge.
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