The Fusion of Light and Glass.
is to help create healthier and smarter buildings for a better and more sustainable future. LIGHTGLASS self-illuminating glass panels now provide a smart and human-centric lighting solution for virtually everywhere glass already is, creating a better and safer environment for people.
in utilizing the de facto partnership between natural daylight and electrical human-centric lighting. Quality lightning positively influences health, wellbeing and perfomance in the following ways.
Visual – Sight, orientation, safty. Biological – Alertness, cognition, sleep/wake cycle. Emotional – Mood, energizing/relaxing.
The dynamic and tunable illumination systems of LIGHTGLASS instantly react to the requirements of the moment, supplying optimized lighting whilte simultaneously reducing energy consumption.
self-illuminatin glass panels provide a light source anywhere glass already is – a smart and human centric lighting solution for virtually any glassed-in opening or stand-alone structure. We spend approx. 90% of our time inside of buildings. Glass has been the predominate material for bringing natural sunlight into buildings while keeping out the elements for over nine hundred years. Over the centuries scores of innovations have evolved around managing light, from blinds, shades, and curtains to self-tinting glass and e-coatings, but most focused on filtering or blocking light.
Whether working in an office or factory, relaxing at home, studing in a classroom or for orientation in public spaces – depending on the task at hand – people need the right light at the right time in the right place.
Without the ability to store or provide illumination in poor daylight conditions or at night, another separate light source has always been required. That is until now. We have LIGHTGLASS.
Glasstechnology´s LIGHTGLASS wins TiL Award 2019 at LpS for Best Lighting Design
LIGHTGLASS was honored with the
International TiL Award 2019
for Best Lighting DESIGN
at LED Professional Forum +Expo.
The Comment of the jury:
„For several years we have read about “the imminent mega-trend” of integrating light in building structures, with the exception of some applications of Philips in reference projects, not much has happened in practice. This could change with LightGlass creating such a product available for any architect and project and we hope that this example may encourage lighting manufacturers and lighting designers to let the dream of building integrated light become reality.“