Belysningspraksis

Illumination with floodlights

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BEGA-armaturer er præcisionsværktøjer, der ud over den lysmæssige iscenesættelse opfylder de energimæssige, miljømæssige og økonomiske rammebetingelser for hver enkelt belysningsinstallation.

Our extensive portfolio facilitates a targeted selection of luminaires in various sizes, luminous intensities and light distribution versions. The design narrative of each individual structure is at the core of lighting design and its efficient implementation.

Precision also means: Lighting design should only use as much light as will be needed for the actual staging. Our optical systems allow for optimal application efficiency, in which virtually every beam of light from the LED modules is captured, directed and used for the right light distribution. Our accessories like shields and louvres, or custom productions from collaborations with our partners and customers create on-point light staging – literally.

Terms like “dark sky” and “insect-friendly” have taken on a new and important meaning in our time. They confirm that our actions – specifically our striving for light efficiency using the most low-cost and targeted light deployment – is the right approach.

Challenge:
The unique cupola feature of Dresden’s Frauenkirche

Delicate light staging of the “Stone Bell”

Staging:
The interpretation of architectural details

Floodlights with focused light distribution and stray light reduction add significant depth to individual structural details

Textured:
An expressive stage for striking light effects

The positioning of floodlights has a major influence on the interaction of light and shadow, and therefore on the result of the staged lighting

Accenting:
Allowing sculptures to stand out individually

Here, the illumination uses targeted light distribution to draw the attention of the viewer

Long-distance effect:
Versailles Caste illuminated from the ground up

Palace of Versailles: two almost identical luminaires fulfil different tasks on the structure itself and in the park

Reflection:
Architecture and walkways benefit from good lighting

Indirect light allows for additional and attractively gentle illumination of surrounding ground surfaces