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Learning, Lighting and Color

Lighting Design for Schools and Universities in the 21st Century
by Randall Fielding, AIA

“The desire for a broad spectrum of light and color is consistent with a
Paideia academy more holistic curriculum — one that takes into account a variety of learning styles and modalities. We all learn differently and at different times. We need a variety of lighting levels and qualities and colors of light. It’s natural to want lighting that most closely matches the full spectrum of daylight. The pattern for full spectrum lighting is one example of how this is applied in a learning studio.”
- Randy Fielding

Co-published by International Association of Lighting Designers

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International Association of Lighting Designers

European Lighting Designers’ Association

February 28th, 2006

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