LIGHTING DESIGN FOR WORKING SPACES

Science and technology for human well-being

Long working hours in the absence of natural light, the use of computers, tablets, smartphone and, in general, self-lit screens, suggest us to shift our focus of lighting design in working places from a “task-centric” approach to a “human-centric” one. Not only we can design environments that match the new requirements, but we can also propose a virtual experience to validate our design.

The 5th Edition of the Lighting Design Forum 2018, with the contribution of the exceptional speakers, would like to explore the lighting design in working spaces, with a scientific and technological approach that serves human well-being.

WHERE
Gallery Theatre
National Museum of Singapore
93 Stamford Road, 178897
Singapore 178897
WHEN
Thursday
23 August 2018
16:00 – 21:00


Free registration

Subject to space availability!


Enveloping the Working Space with Lighting Design

Warren Julian - Sydney, Australia

The scientific basis for the provision of sufficient light for seeing is at least 80 years old. It was developed before calculators and computers. It served us well, but it has helped us too long — at least 30 or 40 years too long. Unfortunately, it is enshrined in standards and lighting design software.

So, what is the new scientific insight?


Adjusted LED Lighting to the Circadian Rythm

Georgios Triantafyllidis - Aalborg, Denmark

The talk showcases the development of an intelligent system to adjust the lighting to improve well-being and comfort levels, as well as to meet the needs of people indoors. To reach this goal, Circadian adjusted LED-based (CaLED) lighting is used, CaLED lighting seems that may positively influence age-related needs, mood, cognition, alertness, sleep and improve well-being in general.


Lighting Design for Dynamic Cyber-Physical Spaces

Iván Sánchez García - Madrid, Spain

“Art, Design and Architecture are the greatest expressions of human creativity. The process of creativity should be that of innovation, exploration, collaboration and iteration. Taking advantage of the latest technology will allow us to transform the Traditional Physical towards Dynamic Cyber-Physical Spaces.”


Our Speakers

Warren Julian

Warren Julian

Emeritus Professor - Sydney School of Architecture,Design, and Planning, Australia
Georgios Triantafyllidis

Georgios Triantafyllidis

Associate Professor - Aalborg University, Denmark
Iván Sánchez García

Iván Sánchez García

CGI Artist - ReVR Studio, Madrid, Spain

CONVERNERS:

Roberto Baggio
Hikle Pte Ltd

Andrea Nanetti,
Nanyang Technological University, School of Art, Design, and Media

Moderator:

Peer Sathikh
Associate Professor NTU-ADM Associate Chair (Academic) Singapore

  • Programme

    Thursday, 23 August 2018

  • Peer Sathikh, Associate Professor NTU-ADM Associate Chair (Academic) Singapore

  • The scientific basis for the provision of sufficient light for seeing is at least 80 years old. It was developed before calculators and computers. It served us well, but it has helped us too long — at least 30 or 40 years too long. Unfortunately, it is enshrined in standards and lighting design software. What is the new scientific insight? The ways and means will be explored.
    Human-Centric Design
    New Technology
    Scientific Insight

  • This talk will present the design and application of Circadian adjusted LED lighting in different use cases (hospital, elderly apartments, school) 
The session showcases the development of an intelligent system to adjust the lighting to improve well-being and comfort levels, as well as to meet the needs of people indoors. To reach this goal, Circadian adjusted LED-based (CaLED) lighting is used, which can reflect the rhythm of outdoor daylight. CaLED lighting seems that may positively influence age-related needs, mood, cognition, alertness, sleep and improve well-being in general.
    Human-Centric Design
    New Technology
    Scientific Insight

  • “Art, Design and Architecture are the greatest expressions of human creativity.  The process of creativity should be that of innovation, exploration, collaboration and iteration. Taking advantage of the latest technology will allow us to transform the Traditional Physical towards Dynamic Cyber-Physical Spaces.”
    Human-Centric Design
    New Technology

  • Moderator: Peer Sathikh, Associate Professor NTU-ADM Associate Chair (Academic), Singapore

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National Museum of Singapore


Gallery Theatre
National Museum of Singapore
93 Stamford Road
Singapore 178897


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