Daylighting in Singapore (2016-2018)

Daylighting in Singapore – Post Occupancy Study in Office Spaces and Residential Buildings in the Tropics
Design for Climate and Comfort Lab
SUTD
Principal Investigator: J. Alstan Jakubiec
Research Team: Geraldine Quek, Thanyalak Srisamranrungruang

AnnualDaylight

A 2.5-year daylighting post-occupancy study in Singapore involving calibration of annual climate-based daylight models from short-term measurements, and combines annual simulated lighting data with subjective findings from perceptions of a total 575 participants; 540 participants in 10 office spaces and 35 participants from 17 residences.

Resulting Publications:

Towards Subjectivity in Annual Climate-Based Daylight Metrics
Jakubiec, J. A., Quek, G., & Srisamranrungruang, T.
4th Building Simulation and Optimization Conference, Cambridge, UK: 11-12 September 2018 (Winner of Best Paper Award)

Calibration and validation of climate-based daylighting models based on one-time field measurements: Office buildings in the tropics
Quek, G., Jakubiec, J. A.
The Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society (LEUKOS)

Building Climate-based Daylighting Models Based On One-time Field Measurements*
Quek, G., Jakubiec, J. A.
In the proceedings of 16th IBPSA International Conference and Exhibition, Building Simulation 2019; 2-4th September; Rome, Italy

Subjective and Measured Evidence for Residential Lighting Metrics in the Tropics*
Jakubiec, J. A., Srisamranrungruang, T., Kong. Z. & Quek, G.
In the proceedings of 16th IBPSA International Conference and Exhibition, Building Simulation 2019; 2-4th September; Rome, Italy

Daylight Model Calibration as Part of a Post-Occupancy Study for
Subjective Residential Lighting Metrics in the Tropics*
Quek, G., Jakubiec, J. A.
Radiance Workshop 2019 Presentation

 

*submitted publications

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