Castellum installs BioCentric Lighting at its office in Linköping

Pictured: Castellum’s office in Linköping, Sweden

The real estate company Castellum’s new premises at Strandgatan in Linköping have been equipped with BioCentric Lighting from the Lund based company BrainLit. The light recreates the quality, the strength and the variation of natural light indoors, making it possible for the employees to sustain their natural 24-hour rhythm.

A natural light that varies over the day synchronizes people’s 24-hour rhythm also known as the circadian rhythm. To work indoors with a static light of poor quality makes us lose track of this function and we postpone or bring forward the rhythm, just like we would have been travelling through different time zones. A non-synchronized circadian rhythm leads to deprived sleep that after some time might cause a series of serious health problems. The solution from BrainLit, BioCentric Lighting, recreates the variation and quality of natural light making you more alert daytime and easier to relax at nights. The health and your productivity thus benefit from having a synchronized circadian rhythm.

–Our highest priority is to create environments, so our employees and our tenants feel good. Instead of being tired and drained due to spending time indoors they now will become more alert and vigorous thanks to installing BioCentric Lighting in our new office, says Therese Malmström project development manager at Castellum.

This is the third installation Castellum makes. The two firsts are in Lund, one at Castellum’s office and one in the building where BrainLit resides. In Linköping, there is already another installation of BioCentric Lighting at Sigma Connectivity.

–Our vision is to improve life with BioCentric Lighting for all working indoors in Sweden and in the rest of the world. That’s why we’re very happy that such a large, progressive & future-oriented property owner as Castellum chooses to expand our co-operation in more cities, says BrainLit’s CEO Niclas Möttus Olsson.

BioCentric Lighting can be found in various kind of businesses in Scandinavia among others at Sony in Lund, at the neonatal ward of Helsingborg Hospital, at SOS Alarm in Stockholm, and in Hartwall Arena in Helsinki for the KHL-team Jokerit. There is a great interest for the system in Asia and in the US where one can find BioCentric Lighting at the Swedish Consulate in Hong Kong and at the Swedish American Chamber of Commerce in New York.

For further information please contact:

Niclas Olsson, CEO BrainLit

Tel: + 46 720 255 263


Daniel Lindén, Project Manager Castellum

Tel: + 46 709 257 739


About BrainLit
BrainLit was founded 2012 in Lund by Tord Wingren, one of the inventors of the Bluetooth technology. The company provides healthy environments by recreating daylight and personally adapted light indoors (BioCentric Lighting™). Today, more than 20,000 people live, work, shop, or learn in BrainLit’s BioCentric Lighting environments. BrainLit is strongly focusing on growth, engaging 30 employees in Lund with subsidiaries in New York and Helsinki. BioCentric Lighting™ is the basis of the company’s solution, resting on firmly established research and based on a number of patent groups. To improve life for people with BioCentric Lighting is the long-term objective for BrainLit.

About Castellum

Castellum is one of the largest public real state companies of the Nordic countries with a property value of 98 billion SEK, around 10 million Euros. Castellum is situated in 17 Swedish growth regions as well as in Copenhagen and Helsinki. Every day, 250.000 people go to work in the company’s office buildings. Castellum develops flexible workspaces and smart logistic solutions with total rentable space of 4,3 million square meters. One of Castellum’s sustainability goals is to be entirely climate neutral by 2030. Castellum is the only Nordic property and construction company inducted by the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI). The Castellum shares are traded on Nasdaq Stockholm Large Cap. A world beyond the expected.

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