Light index Indoor area
Using light to achieve extraordinary effects
Accent light emphasises individual objects or architectural elements using narrow beams of light. Bright points in dark surroundings attract attention. They separate the important from the unimportant, allowing individual objects to come to the fore.
Projectors are used for projecting signs, patterns and images using gobos or structured lenses for light effects and to create sharpedged patterns. This enables an additional level of information and awareness to be built up.
Illuminating large spatial zones
Washlighting illuminates larger objects or spatial zones using wide beam light distribution. In contrast to accent light, it conveys a wide impression.
Light for work and public areas
Ambient lighting produced by wide beam light distribution facilitates perception and orientation in the horizontal plane. As direct or indirect lighting, it produces a directed or diffuse light to illuminate workplaces or traffic zones.
Using light to facilitate orientation
Orientation lighting improves perception by adding light points and lines, e.g. along pathways and on stairs. The light must function as a signal. Illuminating the room is of secondary importance here.