When the job description suddenly includes ‘amateur biologist,’ lighting designers must be able to decipher the circadian lexicon for their clients. Stantec's Senior Lighting Designer, Rachel Fitzgerald, co-authored an article that addresses this new trend in workplace design, published in LD+A Magazine's October 2018 issue.
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