In this project we wanted to bring natural light with solar spectrum to the interior of a house. We focused mainly on two areas, the living room and the kitchen.
In the kitchen, the problem was a window looking out onto a dark inner courtyard that did not add any value.
The solution was to install Luxpanel solar spectrum panels with a diffuser to replace the glass in the windows. The result, as can be seen in the photographs and video, demonstrates that with light we can create more natural and welcoming spaces.
In the living room, energy-efficient technology was used in conjunction with solar spectrum LEDs.
Two lightboxes with solar spectrum lighting were embedded within the 10cm false ceiling. In order to have access to all the electronics in case of incidents, an accessible register was created where the power supplies and controllers could be manipulated.
The result is a natural light, which simulates two skylights controlled independently by remote control and wifi (mobile app). Two wall-mounted push buttons were also included for more traditional control.
This solution is based on high efficiency, which offers energy savings of up to 50% without light loss.
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