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Architecture on Ice: Living with Seasonal Affective Disorder Lights

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 10, 2013 01:02 AM
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by Brent Turner last modified Sep 09, 2013

Admittedly, it's been really warm around here for the better part of the week...which has us daydreaming of places oh so cold and far away. Architect Magazine recently wrote a piece titled Architecture on Ice  (which included these awesome images), chronicling the buildings of Antarctica and, well, we've been ogling these pictures ever since. These various cold-weather structures gave us a chance to daydream about cooler temperatures, but they also got us thinking of the long winter days their occupants are suffering through as we speak. In particular, we thought about Seasonal Affective Disorder, or better known as the winter blues. To combat the winter blues, Seasonal Affective Disorder lights help to replace the natural light that most of us lose during the shortest days of the year. Verilux HappyLight Deluxe Sunshine Light System The Verilux HappyLight above is something to consider if the winter (or long days in window-less offices) ever gets you down. Not that anyone needs to worry just yet...but despite the hot weather outside, longer, cooler days aren't all that far away. Images: Architect Magazine






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