Removing shadows, glare and high light contrast ratios reduces trip hazards and provides controlled transition spaces, meeting IES RP-28
Superior thermal performance and solar heat gain control create comfortable, usable spaces without temperature extremes
Providing views to the outdoors and natural ventilation increases satisfaction
New voluntary standards like WELL v2 have established design criteria for both photopic and melanopic lux to ensure proper light dosing within a given space
CIE’s (International Commission on Illumination) report addresses the fact that people are not getting enough light for their health and wellness*
With museum-quality daylighting™, people experience lower levels of eye fatigue and higher levels of productivity
*Source: CIE 158:2009 Ocular Lighting Effects on Human Physiology and Behaviour
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