An increase in research and study into how light affects us both psychologically and biologically via the non-visual effect of light has led designers to developing schemes that aim to improve well-being.
In 2014, version 1 of the WELL Building Standard was launched to address the design for well-being by applying tangible metrics. In 2018, version 2 was released.
The talk aims to identify the key lighting aspects within the WELL Building Standard version 2 and the aspects to consider when trying to achieve WELL accreditation.
The same presentation will also take place in Exeter on 3 October 2019
Pete Mardell, Senior Lighting Designer at Arup
Pete Mardell is a senior lighting designer at Arup, Cardiff. Pete originates from Kingston-Upon-Thames in southwest London. He has been a lighting designer for 12 years, having worked for Sutton Vane Associates and Into lighting in London.
Pete has worked on a wide range of projects in different sectors, ranging from hospitality through to commercial.
His notable projects include The Natural History Museum - Darwin Centre 2, The Jack the Ripper exhibition at the London Museum in Docklands, Quaglino's restaurant, BSkyB London headquarters and the Hugh James offices at 2 Central Square in Cardiff.
Refreshments will be served on arrival.
This event has been organised by the SLL Regional Representative for the South West, Bonnie Brooks. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0208 772 3685
SLL & CIBSE South West (Bristol): Lighting & the WELL Building Standard £0.00