Incorporating Human-Centric Lighting (HCL) into ceilings can have a profound impact on the day-to-day lives of occupants. When artificial light is synchronised with our natural circadian rhythms, it aids in supporting our innate biological functions, leading to improved sleep, mood regulation, and overall wellbeing.

Human-Centric Lighting: Lighting Integration Options for Metal Ceilings illuminates the often-neglected physiological and psychological effects of lighting. Central to this exploration is the concept of HCL, a design philosophy that acknowledges the intricate interplay between light and human health. In this context, we look at how HCL systems can be seamlessly integrated into metal ceiling structures without compromising on design.

Durlum metal ceilings not only look good, they lend themselves well to the design process—flexibly configured, functional, and low-maintenance. The company offers infinitely customisable ceiling systems that are not limited in range and can be integrated with any type of lighting that adapts to human biological rhythms.

Download this whitepaper to learn about Human-Centric Lighting and how it can be seamlessly integrated into metal ceiling design.


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