March 8, 2021
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The Role of Lighting Technology in Driving Better Visual Appeal and Wellbeing
2020 saw the rise of people adopting and adapting to the work-from-home model, but office environments still provide a more collaborative and in-person experience – one that is difficult to replicate while working remotely. This new working model suggests that designers take a fresh look at the layout of office space in order to further boost collaboration and productivity through a more communal feel and flow. This can easily be achieved by adding a contemporary look and visual interest to the spaces instead of being formal and mundane. One simple way to deliver this is by adding a 3-D effect to our lighting fixtures which in turn gives a sense of depth.
For this purpose, to transform mundane and boring spaces by making them visually appealing, Cooper Lighting Solutions has introduced a new state-of-the-art lighting fixture series based on Perceive technology, a proprietary optical system driven by cognitive science. Available in six different geometric and organic designs, Metalux Perceive uses this technology to makes spaces visually appealing and interesting by adding the element of depth with variety and texture.
We are thrilled to launch a series of luminaire products which incorporate Perceive technology. Our vision is to deliver unique and innovative lighting solutions which solve our customer’s highest valued problems and Perceive does this by providing comfortable illumination to occupants.Eric Jerger, Head of Indoor Lighting, Cooper Lighting Solutions
Patent pending, Metalux Perceive is best suited for office spaces, healthcare and education sectors. In an office environment it provides the design flexibility and comfortable illumination needed to keep office employees engaged, alert, and productive to meet their goals. In Healthcare, it can enhance the patient’s experience and empower caregiver performance. With its contemporary, modern aesthetics and visually interesting patterns, it can be tailored to meet the needs of a guest-focused hospitality design intertwined with healthcare architecture. Overall, combined with the award-winning WaveLinx connected lighting system, the fixture layout enables optimal sensor coverage and controllability for a smarter, more adaptable facility.
Cherry on the cake? Metalux Perceive has glare reducing properties and meets the Well Building Standards on light glare and quality. The fact that it is affordable, easy to maintain, reduces energy consumption, and is commercially available now only adds more value to customers. For more details, visit our website.