Orientation lighting is defined first and foremost by the task of providing orientation. This can be done using luminaires that provide visibility or ones that act as a sign. Floor washlights and wall-mounted downlights provide orientation by illuminating either the floor surface or the room. Orientation luminaires and recessed floor luminaires typically provide orientation by being arranged into lines or by marking out areas.
Low illumination levels are sufficient for orientation purposes. Small luminaires with high luminance clearly set themselves apart form their surroundings.
Light and Building, Frankfurt
Palazzo della Ragione, Bergamo
Orientation lighting for the identification of - architectural lines - steps and exclusion zones - entrances - routes - emergency exit routes
Preffered luminaire groups - floor washlights - wall-mounted downlights - recessed floor luminaires - orientation luminaires
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