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LIGHTING


“Colour-tuning is a great solution to enhance


wellbeing and productivity by giving occupants the


ability to tune light – both natural and artificial – to suit their individual needs.”


guidelines. Wireless sensors and controls can be easily moved to facilitate these adaptations as they happen, taking minimal time to install and avoiding inconvenient and disruptive rewiring.


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These solutions also help to achieve a more ‘contactless’ occupant experience. Using sensors instead of light switches avoids cross-contamination, giving employees peace of mind. Wireless systems can also further enhance user comfort and reduce risk through the application of personal controls, allowing occupants to modify their desk space or change the lighting in a room to optimise their environment for their current task.


Steve Detmer: Managers of communal spaces will continue to be under pressure to be COVID-safe, and to future-proof for other, similar disruptions as we’ve seen this year. Swapping hot-transmission spots, such as traditional light switches for ‘contactless’ solutions, will be a priority for office managers as employees return to the workplace.


Colour-tuning is an exciting lighting trend that is yet to see wide adoption in the office setting. This is a great solution to enhance wellbeing and productivity by giving occupants the ability to tune light – both natural and artificial – to suit their individual needs. Going forward, we can expect to see application of personalised colour-tuning in a bid to enhance occupant well-being and offer an enhanced experience that employees cannot get from the home-office.


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