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Jul 07 2017 - 02:23 PM
Lighting and Biophylic Design

We have been exploring the possibilities of creating lighting scenarios that are more natural than the typical indoor lighting patterns available in most places. A particularly appealing option is something that approximates the lighting pattern on a forest floor on a sunny day where the sunlight is filtered through various layers of tree branches and leaves.  

A new product, the Komorebi Lamp, by a student at the Royal College of Art, addresses this same issue of providing light like that found in nature for interior spaces.  Check out the effect:

What do you think of the effect? 

The lamp uses motion and projection to achieve the natural lighting patterns. Do you think we might achieve something similar with lighting and projection at scale in the Learning Theater?

Posted in: Exhibits|By: Gary Natriello|1388 Reads