Guest Room report
Read Coffman VMV
The LRP in collaboration with residents has developed a Vision/Mission/Values statement for Coffman. The intention is for committees and residents to interact with these principles in mind, to build and live a values-based community.
There are other rules & regulations that relate to AIC:
Sharon's Presentation -- click to download or view
CRI: CRI is a quantitative measure of a light's ability to reproduce the colors of objects faithfully in comparison with an ideal or natural light source. In general terms, CRI is a measure of a light source's ability to show object colors "realistically" or "naturally"
Lighting Kelvin: The "warmer" light colors , such as a 2700K incandescent bulb or a 1700K candlelight, are more easily reproduced than more neutral white lights, such as 4800K direct sunlight, and thus usually have higher CRI ratings in alternative light sources such as CFL and LED bulbs; "warmer" light (redder) naturally renders colors less accurately. Think of how the world looks at sunset (2000K) compared to high noon (5600K).
Discussion of using lighting in your home
"Color temperatures higher than 4000K are commonly used for commercial and hospital applications, because as we mentioned, the light is very bright and has a bluish daylight cast, which can be too harsh for home interiors. However, certain task lighting like in a basement workshop or home office can often be useful at 4000K and above, so it’s important to keep in mind that the following are guidelines and the choice is ultimately up to you. "