Game of Thrones without compromise
Netflix, Amazon, maxdome, sky Ticket…there’s a long list of online streaming services to make any binge-watching heartbeat faster. Whether it’s holidays, weekends or less agreeable time on the couch like when you’re sick: as long as the internet connection holds up, there is no limit to the pleasure to have from box sets. Game of Thrones, Outlander, Maniac or The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – so many series, so little time. And then there is the fact that you always have to lower the blinds, because otherwise half of the TV is lost to glare. Sitting in the dark during the day? Not really ideal. We all know life is about compromises.
But what if I suggest that you don't always have to compromise? Especially not when it comes to daylight in the living room? Imagine if the light doesn’t come into the room from the side, but from above. You might reply: “Ceiling lights are nothing new, and anyway they don’t replace daylight.” Quite right. But what about an alternative: skylights?
"All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us." - Gandalf in "The Lord of the Rings"
These do not only offer a rooflight yield three times higher than light from the side, they also provide a much more uniform distribution of light within the room. Wow, sounds pretty professional, but useful to know all the same. It also looks stylish. A real eye-catcher. And the next time you are binge-watching you can enjoy the latest episode of Bosch glare-free! Missing work because you’re sick suddenly looks much more attractive.