what daylight teaches

What do LEDs have in common with SUVs? They boost consumption to such an extent that in the end, despite greater energy efficiency, more energy is consumed than saved. In other words, cars are getting fatter, cities are getting brighter – except for Hamburg, which only switches on half of the prescribed light in public spaces. Why is that? And how much light do we need? How do we get maximum daylight into our homes without them heating up, and what exactly is light? This is explained by Ulrike Brandi, who brightens up rooms all over the world with lighting concepts.

You can listen to the podcast with the following link: Heinze ARCHITEKTURFUNK Podcast – what daylight teaches 


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