Event Post

Education Past


April 7, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Online Presentation.

Activity Summary

WELL is the leading tool for advancing health and well-being in buildings globally. As stated by The International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™), 4,156 projects encompassing over 540 million square feet are applying WELL across 61 countries. (May 2020) The WELL v2 is the latest version of WELL Building Standard, a rating system that focuses exclusively on the way that the design and operations of buildings and everything in them—including lighting—can improve our comfort, impact and influence human behaviors, and enhance our health and wellness. This presentation gives an overview of the lighting requirements in WELL v2 standard, focusing on key factors plus practical recommendations and strategies that should be considered when designing and specifying human-centric lighting in commercial spaces.

Learning Activity Information

  1. Understanding a general overview of the WELL Building Certification process.
  2. Identify the intent of the lighting feature in the WELL Building Standard
  3. Develop a deeper understanding of luminaire selection and lighting design strategy to achieve lighting credits.
  4. Identify elements in the architectural environment that influence the effectiveness of the lighting design strategy.

Certificate of attendance will be provided.

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