Weird architecture hits a new high with a skylight that doesn’t actually need the sun, or a cloud you can keep indoors. I swear I’m not making this up.
“Let’s be honest—in certain parts of the world, it can get pretty grim in winter. It would be awesome to have a lamp that just spread sunlight and blue skies all year round.
Well, luckily for us, that dream has now become a reality.
The CoeLux skylight beams sunshine into your room, regardless of the weather outside. Essentially just a light, but it’s a very clever light. It mimics real sunlight by using a scientific method called Rayleigh scattering, which causes light particles to scatter.”
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