Nowadays we are trying to fit life into home, perhaps mostly, we feel the lack of sunlight. With the restriction of our social life, those who cannot fit the sunlight into the four walls throw themselves into parks, nature, wherever the sun falls, as long as prohibitions allow. Although its substitutes do not reflect the reality, a solar lighting experience that is not an effective alternative enough to deliver vitamin D, but will carry light into our living zones, attracts us.
Marjan van Aubel, who does not hesitate to call herself a solar designer, introduces the lighting design named Sunne by bringing together sustainability, technology and aesthetic concerns. Lighting desing which developed in collaboration with Netherlands-based energy research center ECN.TNO. manages to imitate the sun.
Design, which can imitate the falling rays when hung in front of window where sunlight can be easily seen, and then reflects these color tones from three different perspectives, namely “rise”, “light” and “set”, brings colors varying from sunrise to sunset into your living zones. Since design is based on sustainable technology, offers an eco-friendly lighting experience. On the other hand, it enables to you experience most beatiful sunset tones at any time of the day.