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Issue 3.2

Conducting Human-Centered Building Science at the Well Living Lab

The Well Living Lab explores a methodological approach to conducting human-centered building science research in a living lab environment by considering how to balance the best data collection practices from multiple disciplines, how to remotely monitor environmental parameters of our study space from a reliable and secure technological network of sensors and cloud-based systems, and how to construct the physical study space with flexibility in mind. This paper presents unique challenges faced in the Well Living Lab as its researchers collaborate with architects, engineers, and designers to investigate methods of providing improved experiences for building occupants.

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