Lighting the Home Office - New Opportunities
Lighting for Home Office spaces has become increasingly more important as a result of the recent events where people are required to work from home. More and more people are carving out work spaces and realize that the lighting is poor because it was intended for a very different kind of home living space.
A few of the many things to consider…
Daylighting in relation to desk/furniture placement
Visual tasks and work flow
Color of Light Sources / Potential importance of tunable white lighting
Control of glare and reflected light
Amount of Light
Effects of lighting on the office occupant during video meetings
Health and wellbeing
Solutions will be discussed for rooms that have daylight (windows and skylights) as well as rooms that have no direct access to daylight. There are simple and more complex solutions for both types of spaces that will help you raise the value of lighting for you and your customers.
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