Good lighting for people at work in reading rooms and offices
Alfred Harold Holway, Dorothea Jameson, Harvard University. Graduate School of Business Administration. Division of Research
Division of Research, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard Univ., 1947 - Architecture - 43 pages
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100 foot-candles administration amount of illumination amount of light artificial illumination average Baker Library candles ceiling illumination changes comfortable reading complaints dark background daylight desk direct fluorescent lighting direct light-fixture drafting room easy and comfortable easy reading eliminate glare Engng experimental room eyes factors field of vision fluorescent illumination glare effects glare sources Harvard Business School higher amounts Holway ideally uniform Illum illumination is increased incandescent lighting indirect lighting installation Industrial Physiology kind of glare Laboratory laws of vision level of illumination light distribution light preferred lighting conditions lighting recommendations lighting requirements measurements ocular photograph in Fig practical maximum preferred amount preferred for reading preferred illumination Private Office range of illuminations readers reading material reading room reported retina room in Baker rooms and offices sensations of glare shown in Figs Small Office tion ultraviolet radiation uniform distribution various visual acuity visual discomfort