Lighting of the Working Space

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Aleksandar Radevski
Bojan Karanakov
Dimitar Papasterevski

Abstract

The primary subject of this research is defining the workspace through the impact of light and the size of openings through which light penetrates. In that sense, workplace is taken as a model that is researched and analyzed from the aspect of geometry and proportion. The workplace, being an elementary space in which human’s act, represents space which is continuously resided in for thelongest period of time throughout the day. For that reason, the natural light penetrating through the light openings, as well as the view from them on the outside world, is a crucial factor for the quality of space.

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Radevski A, Karanakov B, Papasterevski D. Lighting of the Working Space. SEE J Archit Des [Internet]. 2022 Oct. 26 [cited 2024 Mar. 4];2022:1-5. Available from: https://seejad.eu/index.php/seejad/article/view/6033
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Technologies in Architecture

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