On the basis of our empirical values and the suggestions of architects and planners, we have compiled room situations for which lighting design is frequently required. In the following, we shall present possible illumination solutions for these architectural situations. It goes without saying that all technical lighting standards are complied with. In some cases, the degree of illuminance proposed by us may even exceed the standard. For us, the aesthetics of light and a high level of visual comfort are important criteria for such decisions. At the same time, the form and the size of the luminaires must fit into the architectural surroundings. For example, we often recommend larger models if a structure has large dimensions – even if smaller luminaires with lower output would be enough. In such cases, the degree of illuminance can be reduced to a suitable level by means of a light control system.
Every table in the bistro has its own pendant luminaire. The illumination of the table surface gives the guest the impression of a private atmosphere. On the walls, luminaires with light emission on two sides ensure room-defining light graphics. The aisle area and also the transition to the terrace are illuminated with recessed ceiling downlights. A separate control option for the individual...
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...