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Lighting design: wellbeing vs sustainability

How can we balance wellbeing with sustainability in lighting for workspaces? Find us at the Workspace Design Show 11-12 October. Join Deerns Expert Lighting Designer Linda Salamoun on 12 October for a panel discussion of this key issue.

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The way we use workspaces has changed, moving to an emphasis on collaboration and interaction. But how can lighting help define the functions of a space, creating an inspiring and productive environment? And how does this align with sustainability ambitions?

Our Lighting Design Specialist, Linda Salamoun will join other leading industry professionals representing a wide range of experience and backgrounds for a panel debate about this important balancing act.

Speaking before the event, Linda said: “Conversations around sustainability in lighting tend to focus on the efficiency of the luminaries themselves. This neglects the positive environmental impact that using the right controls and correct programming of lighting scenes can have. Not to mention the benefits to wellbeing that creative use of light can deliver.”

Here’s where wellbeing and sustainability meet

Combining an optimised lighting system with the correct products supports environmental ambitions while improving the working environment and the comfort of users.

Deerns’ lighting experts can guide clients through sustainable lighting choices and merge lighting systems with design to help deliver the vision of architects and interior designers.

" Our technical and creative lighting solutions create impact, functionality, and intrigue for workspaces across sectors from commercial to healthcare, museums, transportation, and education.
Linda Salamoun Lighting Designer

Find out more at Workspace Design Show

Join Linda’s panel discussion at 14:25 12 October, Hall 11 at the RAI, Amsterdam.

Fellow Deerns experts Lorena Montenegro and Vyshali Simhachalam will also be attending the show and are looking forward to meeting clients, suppliers and other professionals operating in the workspace sector.

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