Last week my daughter sent me a link to an article about a new product, a company that's created an artificial skylight. At first, I laughed, not at the concept, but the fact that she's in the Boston area. If there's one thing every New Englander would like to see, it's more warm sunlight and less depressing winter weather!
Check out these two images and then click on either one for the story and more information about the company. It's pretty remarkable to think about your ability to bring a sunny skylight into an interior office or studio. In the article they wrote...
People who have had a chance to experience the skylight so far have been fooled into believing that there was an actual hole in the ceiling, and the sample photos on the CoeLux website come with a cautionary note: “The photographs on this site are real and unretouched. They are not computer renderings.”
At the moment, the cost is about half the price of a new fully loaded Corvette ZR-1 and they're lousy to drive in winter weather anyway!
The pandemic may have moved the dates for ClickCon to August 10-13, 2021, but that's NOT slowing Team ClickCon down. ClickCon Nation launches this Sunday with nine months of programs!!!
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