Finding light in nature

Bioluminescence is nature’s flashlight – lighting the dark inner reaches of the sea from a chemical reaction within living organisms. Most people know bioluminescence from glowing blue waves in the ocean during summertime, but a Dutch-based designer is entirely transforming the way we consider forms of energy

Dark times for our starry skies

The International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) is an organisation that is working to help stop light pollution and protect the night skies. By having so much artificial light pollute the night sky, energy and money are wasted, wildlife is disrupted, and it has negative implications for human health. In essence, the IDA works to protect the

A human centric lighting vision

Light affects us in different ways; physically, emotionally and biologically. To society, light is imperative and acts as the most powerful regulator of the human day/night rhythm. In the simplest terms, light tells the body to be awake and alert during the daytime which allows us to experience the world around us.