Listen to Sleep, Light, Architecture with Russell Foster & Ian Ritchie

12 Sep 2023


How can a neuroscientist and an architect help us to understand the world of sleep and the rhythms that govern our lives?

In the twenty-first century, we increasingly push our daily routines into the night, carrying out work, exercise and our social lives long after dark. But we have forgotten that our bodies are governed by a 24-hour biological clock which guides us towards the best time to sleep, eat and think.  In this podcast episode, created by the University of Oxford, the neuroscientist Professor Russell Foster, and world-renowned architect Ian Ritchie discuss the relationship between light, sleep, and the built environment.

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For further reading, the editorial by Professor Russell Foster discussing the themes of Sleep, Light and Architecture can be accessed here.