Lighting reception desks

Light impact and luminaire arrangements

General lighting with recessed luminaires

The reception desk is an important contact point between the customer and the office but also a place of work for the receptionist. Lighting should have both a prestigious and functional character. Relevant for the customer is the uniform distribution of brightness from cylindrical lighting on the employee's face and for the receptionist, the horizontal illumination of the reception desk. This is achieved among other factors by recessed luminaires.
Added value of recessed luminaires:
- a calm ceiling appearance
- attention due to specific lighting of the counter via various light distributions
- efficient illumination with specific light distributions such as oval flood

General lighting with recessed luminaires

The reception desk is an important contact point between the customer and the office but also a place of work for the receptionist. Lighting should have both a prestigious and functional character. Relevant for the customer is the uniform distribution of brightness from cylindrical lighting on the employee's face and for the receptionist, the horizontal illumination of the reception desk. This is achieved among other factors by recessed luminaires.
Added value of recessed luminaires:
- a calm ceiling appearance
- attention due to specific lighting of the counter via various light distributions
- efficient illumination with specific light distributions such as oval flood

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