Living area

Open living area with a ceiling height of 5.5 m. A glass front provides a clear view of the adjacent terrace area. Recessed ceiling luminaires shining downwards are responsible for the basic illumination. On the far side, wall luminaires ensure pleasant background light. These luminaires emit glare-free light upwards and downwards, so that through their group arrangement the entire wall is illuminated and the light is distributed indirectly in the room. These luminaires can also be found in the first floor. In the living room, square recessed wall luminaires mark a dividing wall between the living room and adjacent rooms. The formal language of recessed wall luminaires and surface-mounted wall luminaires conveys a complete picture. Table lamps and standard lamps create lighting accents in the seating area. The centre of the room is impressively marked by the pendant luminaires above the table, whose light is emitted directly downwards as well as softly into the room. Outdoors, in-ground luminaires show the boundaries of the terrace. The luminaires can be controlled individually with BEGA Control.

Lighting calculations Summary DIALux project