Natural light affects the comfort, health and moods of humans, which is why architects and interior designers, consider daylight and lighting quality important features of a healthy building. Our new whitepaper investigates the impact of daylight on our health, and how it can make a huge difference to the design, performance and wellbeing of your office. For example, office workers who sit near natural daylight gain 46 minutes more sleep at night on average, which in turn boosts their productivity at work.
So how can you achieve this in your next build? The whitepaper explores how to use light reflection and light diffusion through a matt white acoustic ceiling. These light techniques can dramatically improve your office building in several ways:
- By using light reflection, you can increase the useable work area in your office by up to 11%.
- Light reflection and light diffusion create a more efficient spread of natural light, reducing energy costs.
- Improving the use of natural light boosts comfort, performance and the overall value of your building.