Architectural spaces are also changing in order to adapt to new lifestyles. Likewise, workspaces are becoming more flexible, adaptable, and dynamic; health facilities have become kinder and more human-friendly; hotels and tourist establishments, more customisable; stores are now more focused towards experiences, and urban spaces re increasingly more interactive. It is therefore necessary for lighting solutions to be dynamic, adapted to each specific space, each moment, and each user.
The most innovative proposals let us integrate, in a simple way that does not involve major difficulties in terms of their installation, lighting systems that can regulate light intensity based on natural light supply, thus optimising energy consumption and generating lighting scenes that are synchronised with the variation of natural light, adjusted to our biological rhythms (circadian cycle), so that the lighting varies in intensity and tone (2700-6500 K) as the time of day passes, respecting our natural states of maximum concentration, or relaxation, fostering greater connection with the environment and promoting the user well-being, or enabling the selection of the type of lighting required depending on the task to be carried out.
Lamp's dynamic lighting solution value proposition not only seeks to add a layer of technology to lighting systems, but to understand the user (their needs and the way in which they experience space) to foster their well-being and maximise their experiences. According to Ignasi Cusidó (Lamp's CEO): "To achieve this, it is necessary not only to be an expert in the new technologies that are revolutionising our sector and understand their potential, but also, above all, to materialise all the experience and knowledge related to proper lighting that we have accumulated over more than 45 years of experience in the lighting industry, that is Lamp's DNA."
Lamp tackles these lighting challenges through two technology pillars: Tunable white and connectivity.