Designed to be a highly interactive facility for advanced genomic research, The Jackson Laboratory utilizes biophilic forms and
generously daylit gathering spaces to enhance occupant satisfaction and circadian wellbeing.
Our lighting for the high-profile interior spaces is integrated with daylight and interior finishes to provide a compelling visual experience while minimizing the connected lighting power density and lighting energy use. Vertical surfaces are illuminated where appropriate to enhance the sense of brightness and openness. LED systems are closely integrated with architectural surfaces to imitate natural forms. Advanced lighting controls minimize electric lighting energy through the use of daylight sensors, occupancy and vacancy sensors, programmable dimming, and schedule-based controls.