The first light of dawn triggers our biological clock telling our body to wake up to a new day.
The early morning light is bright and energising, stimulates our body to begin the days activities.
Natural daylight inspires us to be active; adults go off to work while children go school.
Cool white light elevates us to be productive and motivated throughout the morning.
When the mid-day sun is at the highest point in the sky, an indication for us to recharge our batteries, eating a healthy lunch to sustain our energy levels.
The warm sunlight counteracts the post lunch dip and motivates us to pursue our daily tasks.
A sunny afternoon creates a sense of enjoyment, communicating with work colleagues or having coffee in the company of friends.
In the warm afternoon light, children are heading home from school, and the working day is coming to an end.
In the early evening light we pursue our different social activities, sport, gym or cycling…
The fading light of the day creates a pleasant atmosphere to have dinner with family and friends.
The artificial light levels in the evening can be set to create a cosy environment to sit and watch TV.
Read your favourite book or magazine under a good reading light improves contrast and colour.
At night, when it’s time to rest, lights are switched off to create a dark environment for the body to relax and unwind in preparation for a good night sleep.