There is little doubt that daylight design should be a significant component of a building that claims to embrace human-centric lighting, something which a new whitepaper from VELUX Commercial looks at in more detail.
The whitepaper 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.
Just a few of the topics covered in this whitepaper include:
– 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 whitepaper by clicking the following link https://commercial.velux.co.uk/inspiration/ebooks/human-centric-lighting?utm_source=b-talk&utm_medium=media&utm_campaign=global-whitepaper
VELUX Company Ltd.
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