Light influences the way we perceive an atmosphere; it improves how we live and gives shape and depth to space. Light also has an essential role in our psychophysical wellbeing. A space with the right lighting helps us to live better lives.
Light is measured in different physical sizes, but the most important types for interior illumination are Flux and Illumination. The luminous Flux is measured in lumen, a measurement of how much light is emitted from the light source. How that light is perceived depends on illuminance, or better, the measurement between flux and the surface to be illuminated. So, illuminance, an essential part of any lighting design plan, isn’t only about what the light source puts out (and the corresponding lightbulbs), but the space’s size, the distance between the light source and surface, as well as wall colour, and floor colour.
1 lux = 1 lumen/m2
Every room, used for whatever you want, needs the right light. Domestic spaces are different than professional ones, those subject to lighting laws. Seeing as we have ample experience in optimal illumination no matter where we are, let us give you a little guidance in giving your space the right style, and the right glow.
The UNI EN 12464-1:2011 normative dictates how to illuminate office spaces. Slamp’s Hugo Architectural adheres to this law. Seven modules, with just one electric source.
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