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The WELL Building Standard Workshop: Light Concept - Video

GBCI: 0920015358

"Light profoundly influences our well-being. The way we design our lighting environments not only impacts our ability to perform visual tasks, it also affect our comfort, moods, and biological processes.” - Introduction to the Light Wellography.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
  • 1 CE

  • WELL AP
  • LU/HSW

Published on: February 21, 2018

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"Light profoundly influences our well-being. The way we design our lighting environments not only impacts our ability to perform visual tasks, it also affect our comfort, moods, and biological processes.” - Introduction to the Light Wellography. This session on the WELL Building Standard’s Light Concept will focus on the technical aspects of the concept, specifically those features that are prerequisites for new and existing buildings. There will be an overview of the light features that are available to achieve higher certification levels (optimizations). This session will also address other concepts within the WELL Building Standard that are affected by light issues.

Objectives

  1. Define the issues and impacts of Lighting as a Concept in the WELL Building Standard.
  2. Documenting Luminous Balance to Meet the Requirements of Visual Lighting Design Part 2 of the WELL Building Standard.
  3. Calculate Melanopic Lux of a given design to achieve Part 1 – Melanopic Light Intensity in Work Areas in Feature 54: Circadian Lighting Design of the WELL Building Standard.
  4. Understand the design options available to achieve Part 1 – View Window Shading and Part 2 – Daylight Management in Feature 56 Solar Glare Control of the WELL Building Standard.

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USGBC Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
United States

Leaders

Kerry Haglund

Executive Director Efficient Windows Collaborative
Michael White
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