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Reframing and repurposing daylight through adaptive reuse

“Adaptive reuse,” alternatively known as building reuse, is a remarkable approach that injects vitality and purpose into vacant structures, which is different from the design they were intended for. By preserving and repurposing these structures, adaptive reuse projects contribute to preserving local culture, fostering a sense of continuity and forming a connection to the past for future generations.

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Advancing the quality of light

A new paradigm, referred to as human-centric lighting, or lighting for human preference, where light is seen from the perspective of the users of a space is starting to emerge. The results of recent independent studies provide a foundation for designers to specify a spectrum humans prefer.

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