Double Dynamic Lighting
New quality of light for work environments
The Double Dynamic Lighting research project sets the guidelines to light up a comfortable workplace combining direct and diffuse dynamic daylight and artificial light.

A new approach to lighting design and technology is the focus of the Double Dynamic Lighting project conducted by the renowned Aalborg University in Copenhagen, supported and accompanied by several leading lighting companies.

The research team led by Prof. Ellen Katharine Hansen has explored the combination of dynamic daylight and artificial light in a spatial context and opened up a new dimension for architects and lighting experts in supporting individual needs and different working requirements.
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