photon space research.

The impact our living space has on our wellbeing is something we believe is truly important, so much so that we’ve sponsored Oxford University to undertake further research on participants living in a Photon Space glass house, built on the Danish island of Bornholm.

This is the first time research into the effects of daylight on our biology, and sleep/wake cycles has been collected from participants in their living environment - the results are expected to be extremely valuable, and we’re proud to be a part of this innovation.

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Since it was built on the Danish island of Bornholm, the Photon Space has become one of the key innovations at The Green Solution House. 

Without the scheme, Oxford University would not have been able to conduct such in-depth research into the effects of daylight on human biology, particularly our sleep/wake cycle. This is the first time that research has collected evidence from participants in their living environment, so the results are expected to be extremely valuable.

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