The Daylighting Collaborative presents daylighting design guidelines at the web address noted below.
Les reports on office-lighting research conducted by the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering, LEiDs GmbH and Co. KG of Backnang.
Researchers at the University of Colorado Denver identified another good reason to flood the interiors of healthcare facilities with daylight.
Research by Banerjee, Chatterjee, and Sinha may explain otherwise puzzling findings related to the perceived brightness of an environment.
The projects in this book are a rich sensory mélange and reflect the range of design options now available to innovatively incorporate light, color, and sound into user experience.
There is a new report on daylight in residential environments. This review is comprehensive and addresses a range of useful topics.
Munch and his team’s recent research on office lighting is particularly important since as a result of flexible and longer work hours many people find themselves in their offices in the early evening.
Veitch, Stokkermans, and Newsham build on earlier research and tie users’ evaluations of lighting conditions to worker engagement.
Warthen and his colleagues have investigated the relationship between learned fear and light levels in mice and their extrapolations from this research to humans are consistent with previous environmental psychology research.
Noise volume matters in the operating room, multi-tasking fails under neuroimaging, and occupant workspace satisfaction mainly depends on three factors.