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000214861 245__ $$aEvaluating spatial ambiences through daylight variability, contrast and view
000214861 269__ $$a2015
000214861 260__ $$c2015
000214861 336__ $$aPosters
000214861 520__ $$aThis research aims to give insight into the aesthetic aspect of the spatial and temporal diversity of light in space through experimental studies. By using empirical methods to establish a relationship of spatial contrast, daylight variability and view out with occupant preference and perception, we aim to link traditionally non-quantifiable aspects of daylight in space such as ambience with novel quantifiable metrics, validated in real space.  The proposed project focuses on the development of reliable metrics to assess preference and perception related to daylight variability along with view out. Furthermore, this research will explore the influence of the perceptual effects of daylight such as daylight variability and contrast on the perceived spatial ambience. This study will be divided in two parts, namely the design and conduction of experiments in virtual space and the validation of the findings of the first study through real space experiments. We aim to represent and evaluate a wide range of daylight and view conditions, which can enable the emergence of patterns in the subject of preference and appraisal in the experience of architectural space.
000214861 6531_ $$aperception
000214861 6531_ $$adaylight dynamics
000214861 6531_ $$aambience
000214861 6531_ $$aatmosphere
000214861 6531_ $$adaylight variability
000214861 6531_ $$acontrast
000214861 6531_ $$aview
000214861 6531_ $$atest room experiments
000214861 700__ $$0248696$$aChamilothori, Kynthia$$g239103
000214861 7112_ $$a6th VELUX Daylight Symposium$$cLondon$$dSeptember 2-3. 2015
000214861 720_2 $$0241777$$aAndersen, Marilyne$$edir.$$g103938
000214861 720_2 $$0248033$$aWienold, Jan$$edir.$$g243582
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