Natural light, obviously, but increasingly these days, artificial light too. Because Man represents the final frontier for innovation in the field of technical lighting. Many companies are thinking around the idea of what might be termed “therapeutic” lighting, which realigns our physical and mental needs, simulating the rhythm of natural light inside living spaces thanks to automatic variations in the colour, brightness and direction of the beam.
This, therefore, calls for a marriage of intelligent lighting and the sort of integrated lighting leveraged by design, which has been the focus of contemporary lighting for a few years. It enables us to “feel” and “live” our spaces, and has spawned solutions straddling fantasy and concreteness, simplicity and complexity that spark new aesthetic concepts.