Laboratory of Integrated Performance in Design
Ensuring comfort while promoting human wellbeing are part of a satisfying occupant experience in buildings, but must remain bounded by energy and material efficiency. LIPID’s research activities focus on ways to fulfill – at minimum and beyond- building users’ physiological and emotional needs accounting for the resources we have available by taking four main perspectives: Health, Comfort, Perception and Energy.
Podcast with Prof. Marilyne Andersen in "VELUX Build for Life" Studio
Marilyne Andersen talks about « Why daylight matters » in a podcast as part pf the VELUX Build for Life program.
Completed PhD Thesis at LIPID
Stephen Wasilewski recently completed his PhD Thesis entitled: "Traversing Time Dependent Light Fields for Daylight Glare Evaluation"