Lighting Preferences (03-17-21)

Theodorson and Scott researched lighting preferences.  They report that their “research explores the human response to colored lighting with light emitting diodes (LEDs) in a space with the intent of understanding preference and affectual [emotional] response.  The research was conducted through photographic appraisal of a single interior space illuminated with monochromatic and mixed colored lighting. Results indicate that. . . . When mixed color lighting is introduced, there are preferences for warm colors.”

Judy Theodorson and Jennifer Scott. 2020.  “Colored LED Lighting as a Primary Interior Spatial Condition – Human Preference and Affectual Response.” In Damien Masson (ed.),  Ambiances, Alloaesthesia: Senses, Inventions, Worlds. Proceedings of the 4thInternational Congress on Ambiances. International Ambiances Network,   vol. 1  e-conference, pp. 102-107.