Visual comfort

Visual comfort is how we perceive and react to light around us in a space. It can be evaluated by quantitative metrics that we use to measure the adequacy of lighting conditions in regard to a space and its functions. At Modular Lighting Instruments, when designing a lighting plan, we further examine the complementary qualitative metrics that help us understand how lighting benefits the humans who use it.


Human Centric Lighting​

In simple terms, Human Centric Lighting (HCL) is lighting that imitates the natural daylight cycle inside a space, and helps them better follow a healthy sleep/wake cycle. HCL also helps to fulfil the WELL building standard requirements, a framework to advance and foster a culture of health and well-being in buildings and organisations.

While continuously exploring the broad possibilities of Human Centric Lighting, we have already delivered a few projects using HCL technologyand we continue taking this into account while designing our light plans.

Human Centric lighting