Joel Loveland

Professor and Director, University of Washington, Integrated Design Lab

Joel Loveland is the Director of the Integrated Design Lab (IDL) Puget Sound and a Professor in the Department of Architecture at the University of Washington. The IDLs activities date to 1980 as a teaching lab for the University of Washington and included being the first daylighting design assistance lab in the United States. Recent articles about the Labs activities have been published in both the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Metropolis Magazine and Environmental Design and Construction, the October, 2004 sustainable design issue of Lighting Design and Applications and in the European journal Intelligent Glass Solutions. In the last five years, four Lab projects were honored with AIA Committee on the Environment (CoTE) National Green Building awards. In the last year, he has given more than a dozen invited lectures and workshops in the US and Canada. He held the, 1998 Baker Chair of Architectural Lighting, at the University of Oregon.