Architonic, by Alex Bradley
LONDON — On this bright and sunny Saturday morning, the sunlight is at a typically acute angle for the time of year, stretching shadows down the street and catching the form and details of the buildings beautifully. Unfortunately, from Monday to Friday, most of us arrive and leave for work in dim light and are then tucked away in our offices during the day, missing out almost completely on Nature’s light display.
Exposure to sunlight regulates many of our biological functions, including mood, sleep and energy levels. Just as light is crucial to our wellbeing, it is of course a crucial element for every interior. We can thank the Romans for popping glass into window-shaped…
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