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1.Mood Flexibility

Want your space to change according to your mood, mood flexibility is all about that. With dimming features you can set scenes for each mood and adjust the brightness of your lights. Moreover, mood flexibility allows you to explore light fixtures which can be detached and attached according to your preference.


Sustainable design aims to improve building performance by reducing negative impacts on the environment as well as the health and comfort of building occupants. The primary goals of sustainability are to limit nonrenewable resource consumption, eliminate waste, and create healthy, productive ecosystems.

3.Human Centric lighting

The art of designing lighting that replicates natural daylight, which drives our body systems, is known as human centred lighting. It boosts human productivity, comfort, health, and happiness.

Human vision is the most evident consequence of light. It allows us to distinguish between brightness, forms, colours, and images, as well as detect information and contrast. Light, on the other hand, has an impact on human biology, influencing hormones, alertness, attentiveness, and exhaustion, as well as determining our body clock and circadian rhythm.

Human centric lighting considers these factors to create a comprehensive and application-oriented approach to human lighting. In lighting applications, it balances the visual, emotional, and biological needs of humans

4.Visual Comfort

A suitable amount of natural light (and, secondarily, artificial light), adequate glare management, and access to views of the outdoors are all characteristics of visual comfort.It is determined by a series of parameters that include the amount of light in a room, the balance of contrasts, colour ‘temperature,’ and the presence or absence of glare.


Aesthetics is a fundamental design principle that determines how appealing a design is. Aesthetics encompasses visual elements such as balance, colour, movement, pattern, scale, shape, and visual weight. Designers employ aesthetics to complement the utility of their designs, enhancing functionality with appealing layouts. There are four important categories of aesthetic: vision, touch, smell and hearing. When someone is pleased after experiencing the following elements in the design, the perception towards the product changes. One starts thinking that the product is of value and easy to use.

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