We provide a diverse range of architectural lighting solutions for health & wellbeing such as:
For use in areas such as:
With a complete tailored, turnkey package to suit individual requirements:
The health and wellbeing of adults and children is paramount within society and LTP Integration have a great range of solutions both functional and decorative – enhancing the appearance and surface character of the physical environment.
Countless studies and trials have found that carefully considered effects lighting in healthcare environments can dramatically improve the sense of wellbeing, as well as directly contributing to positive medical outcomes.
For example, bright light is effective in elevating the mood of patients suffering from depression, while decreasing the need for analgesic medication.
Lighting intensity also has an effect on Alzheimer’s sufferers, with a constant maintained level generating a reduction in agitation and disruptive behaviour.
Lighting can also act as a welcome distraction at what is potentially a stressful time for many patients, especially children. Visiting a hospital or medical institution can be a daunting experience, but carefully considered lighting designs can be used to reduce anxiety.
Pumping up the intensity in your spin or cardio studio, your music increases its tempo and the vivid colour change lighting increases the visual stimulation, helping everybody get over the line.
LTP Integration can also help guests relax and unwind in your spa with soft pastel colours that gently and smoothly change to bring a wave of calm and wellbeing over even the most stressed.
Using a fibre optic starry sky effect on the ceiling of your hydrotherapy pool will help your guests float away on a sea of tranquillity.
“The Imagination Light Canvas is a perfect example of how lighting can improve wellbeing and uplift people’s spirits. But, the ultimate seal of approval is seeing a child’s face light up when they first walk in – that is really what it’s all about.”
– Peter Maskell, Chairman, Philips Electronics