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A conversation about nature and human centric lighting as well as urban planning and nightscapes
Light is so much more than its pure function. It is creative and protective; it is humane and forward-looking. Light tells stories – of safety, of community, of technology and art.
Not only does light have the means to positively influence people’s and nature’s well-being and health, but it also sets the pace for the circadian rhythm, a physiological 24-hour cycle our bodies tend to follow. Light sets the scene for architecture, it creates space for gatherings, it paves ways and is – not always, but more and more often – intelligent. Light is a voice.
To make the most of its power, light must be used skillfully: What this has to do with creativity, energy consumption and the Internet of Things is what we have been talking about in the sixth edition of ewoTALKS in Copenhagen – with Anker & Co, fortheloveoflight and, of course, ewo.
Nikolaj Birkelund, fortheloveoflight
Hannes Wohlgemuth, CEO ewo
In cooperation with Anker & Co. and fortheloveoflight.
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