Core Topics

Bringing daylight into dark spaces

Our smart solution allows natural daylight to be brought into building interiors, so that even windowless rooms do not need artificial light during the day.

Chemistry-driven innovations are making major contributions to the urban needs of our city's present and future needs. One example is human centric lighting, which refers to holistic lighting concepts that put the emphasis on humans and their well-being. We're developing an innovative daylight management system that illuminates windowless rooms. 

Our smart system solution is based on the principle of light guidance and comprises of three components: a film, a light shaft and light fixtures. This system can contribute to improving spatial quality in places such as schools, hospitals, shopping malls and office buildings. By providing natural light, people feel better, find it easier to concentrate and be more active and healthier.