There is little doubt that daylight design should be a significant component of a building that claims to embrace human-centric lighting.
At the 2019 VELUX Daylight Symposium, Joseph Allen from the Harvard School of Public Health, pointed out that regulators and legislators rarely put in place the same protections for our indoor climates that they do for our external environments.
A new whitepaper from VELUX Commercial considers how different parts of a building may be designed to correctly account for daylight to provide naturally well-lit spaces and support a commercial building’s ventilation strategy.
Our whitepaper Human-centric lighting: How the design of the building envelope can bring light to life covers:
- The impact of daylight on everyday life
- How human-centric lighting can affect building design
- Turning concept into reality - looking at how to improve a building user’s comfort through daylight design
Download your free copy of the whitepaper to find out more about the importance of human-centric lighting and how designing the building envelope can support the delivery of a well-rounded lighting and ventilation strategy.