Human-centric lighting transforms workspaces, promoting employee well-being by mimicking natural light variations and enhancing mental health. Design elements like wood ceilings and LED lighting play a role.
The trend of “the great attrition” or “the great resignation” has highlighted the importance of prioritizing the well-being of employees in the workplace. Building developers, architects, and lighting designers have a unique opportunity to invest in the human aspect of work by creating workspaces that prioritize the mental well-being of employees.
The design of a workplace has a significant impact on the mental and physical health of its employees. With more and more people spending long hours at work, it is crucial to create workspaces that prioritize their well-being. In recent years, human-centric lighting has emerged as a potential solution that can significantly enhance the mental and physical well-being of employees.
Human-centric lighting aims to optimize the visual, biological, and emotional well-being of people in a space, particularly in relation to their circadian rhythms. This is achieved by designing lighting systems that mimic natural daylight variations, providing a more natural and healthier environment.