is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men's hearts,
as for that subtle something, that quality of the air, that emanation from the
old trees, that so wonderfully changes
and renews a weary spirit.’
— Robert Louis Stevenson, Essays of Travel
Beyond obstacles and differences in height, over beams and corners, across walls and ceilings: Light Forest crawls into places that other lighting cannot reach. The system’s organic shapes branch out in every space, its bells shedding light in the darkness. Small and geometric or large and chaotic: Light Forest thrives in any space and is made to measure.