C A N N 0 N - B R O O K E S L I G H T I N G & D E S I G N
A r t a n d I n t e r i o r L i g h t i n g
A r c h i t e c t u r a l D e s i g n o f I n t e r i o r s
CBL ensures that it is up-to-date with the latest achievements of lighting technology. Dr. Cannon- Brookes maintains strong links with the world of lighting research and development and continues to contribute in this area by publishing articles in the world’s leading magazines, such as Lighting Research and Technology. He is an active member
of CIBSE and ICOM, besides being a Lecturer in the Institute of Environmental Design and Engineering, leading the Light and Lighting module of the Health and Wellbeing in Sustainable Buildings Masters Courses at University College London.
Between 2007 and 2013 he was a visiting lecturer at the FH Johaneum, Graz on the Museum and Exhibition Design Masters Course
Analysis of daylighting in heritage interiors
Since 2012, CBL has been collaborating with Prof John Mardaljevic of Loughborough University on a programme of research for the National Trust. This has involved monitoring daylight in several houses using data loggers and a novel system of HDR capture as well as simulation using climate based daylight modelling. The latter is being developed as a tool to assist with daylight management for interiors with light sensitive contents and finishes.
Participation in Professional Bodies
Dr Cannon-Brookes has been a member of ICOM since 1990 and chaired its Architecture Committee from 2007 until 2013. He has also been President of the UK's Society of Lighting of Lighting and chaired the Daylight Group of CIBSE for ten years. He continues to play an active role in all three organisations.