The statically constructed architecture presents itself as a dynamic environment. Light is harmonised with human visual, emotional and biological needs. It awakens emotions and influences our behaviour. Products and exhibits are shown off to full effect with tunableWhite technology and embedded through our system of perception.
The uniqueness of people, architecture and activities requires different lighting moods at different times. By changing the intensity, light colour and direction at the right time, the fundamental connection between people and light can be stabilised.
In our concise reference guide “The Lighting Handbook”, practicians will find everything worth knowing about lighting technology and lighting applications. The Lighting Handbook includes reference values as well as information on lighting control, control gear and emergency lighting, in addition to tables, checklists and an explanation of useful design tools.
Regional competence on the World Wide Web: with its individual country portals, Zumtobel presents itself as a premium brand providing customer-oriented services on the Web, too – also in geographical terms.
lightlive is Zumtobel’s online magazine. The blog covers everything to do with lighting, architecture, design, art and innovation. lightlive.com features inspirational weekly articles on international architectural projects, product highlights, art exhibitions and much more. There are also regular guest contributions from renowned design magazines.