Lighting the Way: Episode 13 - Workplace Lighting Design

In this episode of Lighting the Way, we talked with Michelle Beganskas, Design Manager at Ted Moudis Associates, about workplace lighting.

01/20/2021
Lighting the Way

In this episode of Lighting the Way, Managing Editor Amy McIntosh talked with Michelle Beganskas, Design Manager at Ted Moudis Associates, about workplace lighting. Beganskas used her background in biophilic design to talk about why daylighting is best for worker productivity, and gave some tips for using artificial lighting to mimic natural light when window access isn’t an option. She also explained why going back into the office will be beneficial for workers when working from home is no longer mandatory. 

This episode is sponsored by Dallas Market Center.

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About the Podcast:

Lighting the Way is a podcast from the editors of Furniture, Lighting & Decor magazine, spotlighting the latest innovations in lighting design and technology. Join us twice a month for interviews with lighting industry experts to learn how the industry is moving forward.

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