Posts Tagged: office lighting

my office lux meter

european office lighting is too bright for my eyes

Can you see what is wrong with this picture of my work space (at an undisclosed Amsterdam company)? No?  You can’t see what is wrong? Now granted, mobile phone cameras have no where near the adaptability of the human eye, so

my office lux meter

european office lighting is too bright for my eyes

Can you see what is wrong with this picture of my work space (at an undisclosed Amsterdam company)? No?  You can’t see what is wrong? Now granted, mobile phone cameras have no where near the adaptability of the human eye, so

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high office – low lux

I’m completely captivated by the gorgeous, sensuous, and decidedly dark office interiors included in the November 2015 issue of Wallpaper in a piece called “High Office”.  The use of dark & sumptuous materials, high gloss surfaces, high contrast levels, brilliant light sources

wallpaper high office gxl_56252d24-2308-4ad6-a562-1ba70a771fd0

high office – low lux

I’m completely captivated by the gorgeous, sensuous, and decidedly dark office interiors included in the November 2015 issue of Wallpaper in a piece called “High Office”.  The use of dark & sumptuous materials, high gloss surfaces, high contrast levels, brilliant light sources

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netlife research office

I love the luminous walls at the Netlife Research Office by Eriken Skajaa Arkitekter.  Exquisite detailing and a gorgeous way to introduce luminosity into a space. I also love the cove detail added at the kick plate.  Lighting up the

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netlife research office

I love the luminous walls at the Netlife Research Office by Eriken Skajaa Arkitekter.  Exquisite detailing and a gorgeous way to introduce luminosity into a space. I also love the cove detail added at the kick plate.  Lighting up the

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perpetual noon: fluorescent lighting and the modern office

I found this terrific research piece by Margaret Maile Petty, a professor at the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, called “Perpetual Noon: Fluorescent Lighting and the Modern Office“.  Apparently she wrote this piece during her time at Parsons in New

Perpetual Noon  Capture

perpetual noon: fluorescent lighting and the modern office

I found this terrific research piece by Margaret Maile Petty, a professor at the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, called “Perpetual Noon: Fluorescent Lighting and the Modern Office“.  Apparently she wrote this piece during her time at Parsons in New