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Living space

Using light to achieve extraordinary effects in the home

Lighting in the home creates interesting eye-catchers, forges links or separates zones. Accent lighting is used to attract attention and direct it onto details such as flower arrangements or sculptures. The spotlights and projectors mounted on track enable flexible lighting to accommodate changing positions of pictures or furniture. Narrow beams produce private zones for seating areas or set off eye-catching features in great contrast.

Living space

Overall lighting concept

Accent lighting in the area of the seating arrangement creates a private zone. In the background, the directed light of the spotlight produces a deep spatial effect and high-contrast modelling on the sculpture. The beam is adjusted to the size of the picture giving the impression of self-illuminating artwork.

Living space

Accentuation

The narrow beams of the accent lighting produce an intense contrast to the surroundings. Illumination of the sculpture from the side emphasises its profile and casts an expressive shadow.

Living space

Floodlighting

Because of its oval beam, one floodlight is sufficient for effective illumination of the long table.

Living space

Projection

Matching the projection surface to the size of the picture gives the impression of a self-illuminating picture on the wall. The framing attachment is used for precise adjustment of the beam to the surface to be illuminated.