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Good Lighting for Offices

Good Lighting for Offices

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Published by: masha22 on Apr 03, 2011
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Good Lighting for Officesand Office Buildings
Subject to all regulations of European standard DIN EN 12464
Office work 2 / 3Office space 4 / 5Office lighting / types of lighting and lighting concepts 6 / 7Cellular offices 8 / 9Group offices 10 / 11Combi offices 12 / 13Open plan offices 14 / 15Prestige offices 16 / 17CAD offices 18 / 19Conference rooms / training rooms / video-conference rooms 20 / 21Offices open to the public 22 / 23Reception rooms and areas 24 / 25Cafeterias / staff restaurants / rest rooms / communication zones 26 / 27Outdoor areas / façades 28 / 29Lighting technology 30 35Minimum lighting requirements 36 / 37Lamps 38 / 39Luminaires 40 43Lighting management 44 46Literature, standards and LiTG publications 47Acknowledgements for photographs / Order forms 47Imprint 48Information from rdergemeinschaft Gutes Licht 49
G o o d L i g h t i n g
Vision is the most important of all the five senses – and the one werely on most heavily at work. So correct workplace lighting is amatter of particular importance. As numerous scientific studieshave shown, close links exist between the quality of lighting on theone hand and productivity, motivation and well-being on the other.In the modern working world, however, we need more than just theright amount of light for workplace tasks. We need a succession ofstimulating and relaxing situations throughout the day.So creating different lighting scenes in rooms with different func-tions (workrooms, meeting rooms, recreation/regeneration zones)helps boost motivation and promote a sense of well-being.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. Dieter Lorenz
Giessen-Friedberg University of Applied Sciences
f o r O f f i c e s a n d O f f i c e B u i l d i n g s

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