Many people will have heard of the concept of nudging, which in a behavioural context refers to steering an individual’s behaviour in a given, desired direction. Nudging can act as an instrument for influencing an individual’s behaviour and choices. The behavioural design of the environment is the key to this, and lighting is a powerful tool. Here are some examples on how outdoor lighting, with small means, can make a huge difference.
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