THANKS FOR THE SUN
The increased use of screens, emitting their constant bright white light, is blurring the distinction between work and leisure, between day and night. But for human beings it is best experience light of varying warmth and intensity without the 24-hour cycle: bright white during the day to help us stay alert and concentrate, warmer, soothing light during the evening to help us wind down and prepare for sleep. Arnout Meijer from the Netherlands has designed the "Thanks for the Sun Series", to allow users to adapt to the temperature and character of the light in their rooms. Arnout was showing at the Design Academy, during the Dutch Design Week. The lines in the lamps are engraved, they can change colour. Photo's by Milou Ket    

THANKS FOR THE SUN
The increased use of screens, emitting their constant bright white light, is blurring the distinction between work and leisure, between day and night. But for human beings it is best experience light of varying warmth and intensity without the 24-hour cycle: bright white during the day to help us stay alert and concentrate, warmer, soothing light during the evening to help us wind down and prepare for sleep. Arnout Meijer from the Netherlands has designed the "Thanks for the Sun Series", to allow users to adapt to the temperature and character of the light in their rooms. Arnout was showing at the Design Academy, during the Dutch Design Week. The lines in the lamps are engraved, they can change colour. Photo's by Milou Ket    

THANKS FOR THE SUN
The increased use of screens, emitting their constant bright white light, is blurring the distinction between work and leisure, between day and night. But for human beings it is best experience light of varying warmth and intensity without the 24-hour cycle: bright white during the day to help us stay alert and concentrate, warmer, soothing light during the evening to help us wind down and prepare for sleep. Arnout Meijer from the Netherlands has designed the "Thanks for the Sun Series", to allow users to adapt to the temperature and character of the light in their rooms. Arnout was showing at the Design Academy, during the Dutch Design Week. The lines in the lamps are engraved, they can change colour. Photo's by Milou Ket    

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