Light and Energy Lab
Immediately adjacent to the studios, the Light and Energy Lab is a resource for lighting design, architecture, interior design, and product design students alike. It is a vital resource for research in light and its relationship to people, space, material. This laboratory houses electrical components, measuring devices, and study tools used in light and space analysis, including daylighting and electric lighting simulations, and building component analysis. The lab also allows for the construction of full-scale and partial scale mockups demonstrating unique lighting applications in conjunction with specific materials and architectural configurations.
Location: 25 East 13th Street, 3rd Floor