Can qualitative lighting be more economical than quantitative lighting?
The architecture of an authority, university or concert hall characterises the identity of the specific institute. A variety of functions requires a nuanced lighting concept that can be economically implemented and operated. Qualitative lighting design approaches make use of the principles of perception psychology to efficiently divide the room into zones. Lighting solutions offering high visual comfort via good glare protection allow the eye to adapt, and therefore fulfil their tasks with lower levels of illuminance.