Creating beautiful and effective lighting that supports occupant needs for productivity and vision, enhances the building and space character, and minimizes energy use for financial and environmental benefits is a tall challenge. Yet, the challenge is achievable through the tremendous amount of experience, knowledge, tools and resources available within the lighting and daylighting community.
ALG Online was honored to have an extensive set of these professionals as contributors. This section is intended to provide access to some of those resources and to become a place for further development of our common interests in Advanced Lighting.
Commercial Lighting Solutions
Lighting and Daylighting Labs
CTAC’s Daylight Center accommodates classes, workshops, meetings, and demonstrations of sustainable buildings and is considered a California High Performance School (CHPS) model. The center also incorporates several energy-efficient technologies, including tube skylights, light shelf and h igh performance glass.
800.336.2822 | email@example.com
Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne Daylighting and Perception Group
+41 21 693.5549 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Energy Studies in Buildings Lab | Portland & Eugene
Lighting Design Lab
206.325.9711 or toll free at 800.354.3864 | email@example.com
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBL) Lighting Research Group
510.486.4096 | firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to the Lighting Research Group, LBL operates a Windows and Daylighting lab providing information and tools for designers seeking to improve the energy efficiency of their projects.
510.486.4997 | email@example.com
617.253.7714 | firstname.lastname@example.org
919.515.3480 | email@example.com
415.973.2277 | email us
Operated by the University of Oregon
518.687.7100 | firstname.lastname@example.org
518.276.3310 | email@example.com
Operated by the University of Washington
Operated by Washington State University
765.285.1135 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Daylighting School Facilities. Information on the use of natural light to illuminate the interior of school and university buildings, compiled by the National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities
High Efficiency Parking Structure Lighting Specification
LED Site (Parking Lot) Lighting Technology Specification
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