Lighting for Wellbeing

A New Generation of Lighting

More and more studies link the negative side effects of poor lighting with issues such as diabetes, depression, SAD, anxiety, cancer, and Alzheimer’s, as well as reducing the quality of sleep and contributing to obesity.  These all undermine employee wellbeing.

Now with the combined flexibility of LED lighting and IoT (Internet of Things) technology, it is possible to reverse that trend by introducing more Human Centric Lighting.

More and more research is demonstrating that light has a great effect on our bodies and influences our moods and activity levels.

Learn about the solutions Phi are introducing in this space by clicking the buttons below.


By developing an LED, HCL community in student, living or workplace environments not only increases concentration but improves motivation.

In turn this reduces stress and anxiety and also represents good value for money by improving overall health and well-being.