Designed for Wellbeing and Performance

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We are passionate about how technology can help people feel better and achieve more

Light has a strong link to wellbeing. It regulates our circadian (latin for approximately a day) cycle and our alertness. The right kind of light, timed correctly, promotes recovery and healthy sleep-wake cycle.

The main driver is the amount of biologically effective blue light, the color we see in the blue sky. As a general rule it is recommended to have blue-enriched light in the morning and during the day. In the evening we should avoid blue light a few hours before sleep to ensure good sleep and recovery. Warm light is recommended in the evening.

Big Sky lighting benefits from the expertise of Dr. Steven Lockley, PhD., Harvard Medical School and a vast body of research. 

Big Sky contributes towards satisfying the lighting features of the WELL Building Standard.