Philips Lighting Illuminates New Ways to Enhance Spaces — and Promote Wellness

All around the world unique applications for LEDs are becoming more visible and prevalent: The United Kingdom’s largest tomato grower has switched to 100-percent LED light for its growing cycles, Buenos Aires’ Obelisk monument combines LEDs with cloud technology to put on a nightly light show in the center of the city and a number of schools and hospitals across the United States have abandoned the harsh feel of fluorescents for tunable-white systems with changing color temperatures. And all of these were made possible thanks to Philips Lighting, a company that’s working to improve energy efficiency while creating comfortable environments. In keeping with this goal, the manufacturer’s latest product line is making it easy for architects and interior designers to do the same. Philips’ Ledalite SilkSpace LED recessed, supports the WELL Building Standard that's typically needed in people-focused spaces such as hospitals, retail stores and educational facilities. Even better, it looks anything but institutional and utilitarian with its minimalist design that blends seamlessly into a wide array of ceiling designs. SilkSpace essentially lets occupants and visitors focus within the spaces created for them rather than let bad lighting detract from their activities. To promote the new ...
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