Lighting manufacturer Philips, which showed the luminaires on the right at the recent Frankfurt Light and Building Fair, is refining its products to take account of the latest research into the effects of daylighting on human behaviour. As more becomes known about this subject, it should have an impact not only on lighting design, but also on the design of buildings in general How are your special ganglion cells doing?
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