A stunning ‘biophiliac’ office on the twelfth floor of London’s Shard skyscraper boosts productivity by up to 20 per cent, according to a University College London study.
A nineteenth-century banking hall in Austria has become one of the first heritage buildings in Europe to feature circadian lighting with variable colour temperatures.
The first official recommended practice for implementing so-called human-centric lighting has been unveiled by a top industry scientist.
Nurses from two Danish hospitals have reaffirmed that avoiding blue frequency light at night can help with sleep.
A major hospital has installed so-called circadian lighting to set the sleep-wake cycles of patients.