Light, Health, and Global Responsibility
Light has a profound impact on our health and well-being. How does light affect our circadian rhythms? What does human-centric lighting mean? This course investigates the use and effects of constructed lighting conditions and “daylighting” on the planet, as well as human activity, visual perception, and health. Daylighting is the practice of using natural light to illuminate building interiors. Students research and analyze these issues in various course projects.
NOTE: This course qualifies for two electives for the Interior Design Certificate Program.
Prerequisites: XINT7200 Drafting I and XINT7201 Drafting II, or ARLI250 Studio I, or equivalent course(s) or experience
Materials List: TBD
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