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Als we nou eens meer gaan kijken hoe de natuur ontwerpt!

This project explores the impact of light on human well-being, with a particular focus on the circadian rhythm in our living spaces. Today, people spend an average of 80% of their time indoors, often resulting in a lack of natural daylight. The improper use of artificial light can disrupt the production of hormones such as melatonin and cortisol, leading to health issues and a disturbed day-night cycle.

The goal of this project is to bring the benefits of natural light indoors through the development of dynamic lighting for living spaces. This lighting automatically adjusts based on weather conditions and the time of day, a concept that has been successfully implemented in workplaces and offices but is not yet widespread in home environments.

As a furniture designer, I strive to ensure that people feel their best in the spaces where they live and work. With this graduation project, I hope to raise awareness about responsible lighting use in homes.