Illumination with floodlights

Using the reflectivity of structures

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

Light efficiency is a question of light distribution.

The targeted use of indirect light is an option where the architecture to be illuminated has reflective surfaces in the roof area. Roof areas illuminated from below can therefore be used to illuminate surrounding ground areas.

On the ground, the positioning of the light sources can be flexible. The different light distributions of the BEGA luminaires allow for exact alignment of the light – in other words: the illumination precisely aligned with the building.

The reflected light of the staged surfaces also gently illuminates paths and squares in the immediate vicinity. There will be no need for additional light sources for that task. What’s more, the night sky will not be brightened – which protects insects.