Lighting Design

Survey: Majority of Europeans Want Better Workplace Lighting

Results from a pan-European survey reveal that current lighting in the workplace is not satisfying end-users and their needs, while at the same time it is regarded as an influence on productivity and human well being.

The survey, conducted as part of the Repro-light project, engaged with 1,100 workers across Germany, Spain, Italy and Austria. Participants were asked to consider their working environment’s lighting and what changes they would like to see that could improve their productivity, mood, and performance.

56% of end users said they would like the better work place lighting. Occupants would like to control their own light levels and for the lighting to automatically change color when it becomes dark outside.

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Craig DiLouie


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