By simulating the sunlight outside, artificial lighting designed with the human in mind can assist with our sleep cycle, increase concentration, prevent sleeping disorders and improve our lives. This is called human-centric lighting.

Lighting goes beyond illuminating our surroundings. Lighting is an essential part of our daily rhythms that can significantly affect our wellbeing and productivity. It can impact our mood and our energy levels.

How?

There are a few factors involved such as colour, intensity, timing as well as the amount we spend indoors with artificial light. With a growing body of research on these factors, along with advancements in LED technology, ‘human-centric’ lighting is making its way into the minds of property managers and businesses.

In the picture above the LED lights changes colour depending on the time of day, all based on the natural rhythm of the human body.