Let There Be Light: Ample natural light is healthy for everyone
This living room uses large windows and glass doors to provide natural light. Curtains can be drawn to adjust the amount of sunlight which enters the room.
This dining room and kitchen make the most of large windows and glass doors to bathe the rooms in natural light. Even lighting is very important in kitchen environments to minimise the risk of injury with food preparation and cooking tasks.
Curtains, blinds and louvers are used to adjust the amount of sunlight which enters the room.
This large window provides large amounts of natural light to this bedroom during the day. Blinds have been installed to adjust the amount of light which enters the room as well as increase privacy when required.
A rooflight helps to provide light to this bathroom. Rooflights are an effective means of providing natural light when the number of windows in a room is limited.
A mixture of natural and artificial light provides even lighting and minimises shadowing. This helps for self-care activities in a bathroom such as shaving and applying make-up.