Say welcome with light

How does light communicate a positive impression at the reception stage?

Designing the first impression with light

Light delineates points of contact such as reception desks and information desks in a space to guide flows of visitors. A brightness level higher than the surroundings automatically catches the eye. Luminaires with good glare control ensure high visual comfort for visitors and receptionists. The aim of illumination in such reception areas within public buildings consists of communicating a sense of welcome and also radiating a prestigious character.

Designing the first impression with light

Light delineates points of contact such as reception desks and information desks in a space to guide flows of visitors. A brightness level higher than the surroundings automatically catches the eye. Luminaires with good glare control ensure high visual comfort for visitors and receptionists. The aim of illumination in such reception areas within public buildings consists of communicating a sense of welcome and also radiating a prestigious character.

ERCO light guide: Community

Planning tips for design and technology

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Illuminating high walls

Advantages of differentiated light distributions

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2

Light for exhibition objects in high rooms

Light impact and luminaire arrangements

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3

The importance of high chromaticity locus stability

SDCM in comparison

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4

Visual comfort via glare control

How can the quality of light be optimised?

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5

Light for walls: room height 6-10m

Light impact and luminaire arrangements

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Light for reception desks in high rooms

Light impact and luminaire arrangements

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Light for large surfaces: room height 5-10m

Light impact and luminaire arrangements

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