In Perpetual Noon: Fluorescent Lighting and the Modern Office, Margaret Maile writes about lighting design in offices of the sixties: Far from being perceived as a necessary evil, the artificial environment of the mid-century corporate office was praised and celebrated for its stability. Things have changed since then; we no longer design luminous ceilings with wall to wall fluorescents. Architects try to give people a bit of natural light. Suspended ceilings are no longer universal as designers aim for higher ceilings. And most importantly, fluorescent bulbs are being replaced by LEDs.
It's the end of Perpetual Noon as Cree introduces new LED office lighting fixture
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