- 53 Visual lighting design
- 54 Circadian lighting design
- 55 Electric light glare control
- 56 Solar glare control
- 57 Low-glare workstation design
- 58 Color quality
- 59 Surface design
- 60 Automated shading and dimming controls
- 61 Right to light
- 62 Daylight modeling
- 63 Daylighting fenestration
- P2 Light at night
- P3 Circadian emulation
To support circadian and psychological health by setting thresholds for indoor sunlight exposure.
Surrounding buildings must be considered in the simulation. The daylight simulation submitted should be accurate at the time of WELL documentation submission. However, if there are future surrounding buildings planned by the same developer as the WELL project, the simulation submitted should take those into account. The team will not be held accountable for future developments on adjacent parcels that are outside of their control.
Interior glare control (shades/blinds) should not be used for the ASE analysis, per the methodology outlined in IES LM-83-12, Section 3.2.6, but are allowed for the sDA analysis.
Yes, skylights should be included when calculating spatial daylight autonomy and annual sun exposure.