Human Centric Lighting (HCL) is a holistic approach that examines the effects of lighting on people. It involves changing the colour and intensity of white light to support occupant wellbeing, comfort and productivity. Human centric lighting that is designed to emulate natural light can be synchronised with our body’s circadian cycle that regulates our day to night cycle.
In recent years, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in the amount of time we spend indoors. With these lifestyle changes, our indoor environment takes on even greater importance to our health and well-being. The less time we spend in natural light, the more adverse effects we have on our circadian rhythm.
It’s imperative for lighting designers to understand how light can impact us physically, emotionally and biologically. When designing for spaces with human centric lighting in mind, our experienced design team value the wellness of its occupants and work with you to ensure we offer the best lighting outcome to suit your needs. Using dynamic lighting features in an office, school or hospital can improve mood, productivity, and concentration whilst reducing health issues such as eye fatigue and headaches.
LPA has over 30 years of experience in the lighting industry. We have delivered lighting solutions to multiple sectors across the globe, view our projects underlying.