Daylight as an input factor

"Light is a significant component of our natural environment. Less daylight puts us into hibernation", says the renowned psychologist Prof. Jürgen Zulley. Conversely, bright light helps against tiredness. The incoming light promotes motivation and performance.

Therefore, various DIN standards require sufficiently bright lighting and minimum window dimensions in the workplace. Another reason for optimal utilisation of daylight is the possibility of permanent energy savings. Large windows are therefore actually an economic necessity.

A natural cinema in your living room

Most people prefer natural light to the atmosphere of halogen lights or energy-saving lights, which are perceived as cold. Studies prove, for example, that people who are less exposed to bright daylight tend to suffer more from depression. Use every chance you can therefore to have a lot of daylight, even in your private living areas.