The Baker Lighting Lab enables the study of light and color in architecture, by providing for measurement and analysis of existing buildings and proposed daylighting and electric lighting design in new buildings. The lab enriches existing coursework by providing equipment and a facility for investigating new ideas. Students utilize the wide variety of equipment available to test, monitor, and analyze both case studies of existing buildings as well as their own lighting designs and building models.
The Baker Lighting Lab is inclusive, being available to any faculty member and or student who has an interest in pursuing the study of light in architecture. It provides support and opportunity for the exploration of light design ideas. We encourage you to learn more about the opportunities available through the Baker Lighting Lab. Become involved with the Lab’s activities and engage in the study and research of lighting design!