The lighting industry has been cautioned not to put commercial sales ahead of the science when it comes to so-called human-centric or circadian lighting.
An off-the-shelf light fitting bristling with sensing technology has been introduced by Dutch luminaire maker Interlight.
A survey has revealed that there is a psychological effect, if not a biological one, from lighting in the workplace
The 55-storey Evolution Tower has made a dramatic entrance onto the Moscow skyline – not least for its innovative lighting.
An eye-catching stand-out from this year’s shortlist in the Office, Education and Healthcare category of the Lux Awards 2018 is RocketSpace’s new London tech campus.
The idea of tuning workplace lighting to support the human circadian cycle might be catching on in some quarters, but it has yet to win over many potential users, judging by statements from panellists at LuxLive 2018’s Property Technology Live conference.
The first official recommended practice for implementing so-called human-centric lighting has been unveiled by a top industry scientist.
Lux talks to Akshay Thakur, the director of the smart building programme for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at JLL, the £6.2 billion (€7 billion, US$7.9 billion) real estate services giant. JLL advises corporate clients on property and investment management.
WeWork, the US company which is disrupting the global office market with its playful and dynamic workspaces, has joined the speaker programme at LuxLive 2018 and will share its vision for the future of working interiors.
The historic Sir Norman Foster-designed Willis Towers Watson building in Ipswich, the UK’s youngest Grade One listed building, has had an energy-efficient lighting makeover.