In most contexts and living spaces, people are naturally drawn to appreciating changing stimuli and moods. Adequate and dynamic “light” can be enjoyed in the same way as when ones listens to a pleasant music track, or appreciates a meal. It becomes a synaesthetic experience.
This behavior stems from using light as an “active” ingredient in feeding the individual's sensations and needs. Variation is what gives us more satisfaction.When approaching the hours of sunset, the intensity of emotions and their density reach a pre-climax. By nightfall, with the proper LED lighting, colours stricto senso or colours of emotions, reach their epitome in providing an ultimate sense of completeness and satisfaction warming up our ambiance.
Aliki Polydor October 2009