A combination of blue light in the morning and red light in the afternoon is best for keeping office workers alert, a new study has shown.
Lighting tech giant Osram is practising what it preaches with an extensive Bluetooth-based lighting control system at its Munich headquarters.
‘We believe we’re ready to go’ – the words of one of the world’s top scientists about human-centric lighting. But is he right?
Investment giant Fidelity International has become the latest major client to unveil a WELL-certified lighting scheme for its new UK headquarters on Cannon Street in City of London.
A comprehensive lighting control system at the recently-opened Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College in London has increased energy efficiency and allowed the maintenance team to monitor and change the lighting using just a smartphone.
A complicated brief to supply luminaires in keeping with the interior of of Grade II* listed City of London building has been achieved.
Leading architectural and building services consultancy Arup has conducted a pilot study at its London office into the behavioural effects of dynamic spectrally-tunable lighting.
The illumination of our workplaces affects occupants much more than we credit, says Simon Thorp of LAPD Lighting Design (https://www.lapd.uk/).
Research which identifies the start of a three-year phase of significant investment in wellbeing across the UK’s built environment sector has been welcomed by the lighting industry.