Success in the business of fitness pivots on retaining users by optimizing the user’s experience. This could entail expanding the digital class or reconfiguring an in-person experience for optimal health and inspiration. Lighting is crucial for achieving both.
Can the post-pandemic workspace account for those who prefer to work in social environments? A Chicago-based architecture firm has designed an efficient and concise office layout roadmap rooted in scientific data to help get the American workforce back up and running.
Our relation to light as humans is complex. Though many of the effects of light on our biology are still unknown, there are several we know and understand. Light also plays a major role in regulating human biological responses, including our internal body clock or circadian rhythm.
With rising land values and increasing income disparities, it seems that for many neighborhoods the prospect of gentrification is inevitable. Is there a way to “gentrify responsibly,” so communities and the people who live in them — no matter where they are on the financial spectrum — all come out ahead?
As architectural designs have digressed from symmetrical and parallel mirroring patterns that align with vaulted ceilings, grid axis, and more, linear lighting allows architects to highlight asymmetrical architectural features and lines (which is where the term “architectural lighting” comes from). The lighting design pattern of 2019 is no design pattern.
How much light is enough? Here’s everything you need to know when determining how much LED lighting is needed for a space. A lumen is a unit measurement of light. To calculate sufficient lumens, multiply the room’s square footage by the room’s foot-candle requirement.
There’s a lot to think about when it comes to lighting a museum gallery. On the technical design side, there are two main factors to consider: light color temperature, or the warmth or coolness of a light source, and the Color Rendering Index (CRI), or the system used to indicate relative color rendering ability.
Often seen or touted as idealistic, zero-carbon cities are now seen as an obtainable goal by most local elected officials and becoming a goal of many cities across the world. Reaching net-zero emissions is considered a necessity for the future of the environment with many cities across the country currently working towards the goal of zero-carbon emissions, including Boston, Denver and Portland, Oregon, which all have committed to reducing energy use by 80% or more by 2050.