#1 Lighting Patterns from Nature
Our environments feel tense and
chattering, overwhelming our senses.
We need calm and nurturing places,
and lighting that is inspired by - Nature!
#2 Healthy Places for People
Lighting and particularly LEDs, have hidden risks for health. We need to use people centered technology for - Health!
#3 Frugal creativity or Less is More
Using fewer fixtures that are placed
strategically in spaces, is not only
healthier, it also provides - Sustainability!
Architect, MS in Lighting, LC
National Council on Qualifications
for the Lighting Professions;
CA Board of Architects;
Faculty UC Berkeley Extension; Courtesy Faculty OSU, OR
Environmental Council at the
Center for Health Design CHD
All spaces, small and big, are important for people to relax and be healthy. I use simple patterns of light from Nature.
My lighting applications and solutions are based on research design, technology, psychology, neural response, physics.
Nature is 100% healthy and a source for self-centering, healing, and regenerating
Healthy Lighting improves our physical, circadian, mental, and emotional state.
Simplicity is the use of Less is More in lighting, that is healthy and sustainable.
2003 pilot circadian lighting, RPI, NY
Nature Principles for Healthy Lighting