Hey there fellas!! So here we are, with another article on offices & lighting to make your lives simpler!Lighting in offices can be very different than lighting in our homes. The needs, atmosphere & usage are stark contrasts.You can experiment with the lighting levels, lighting designs & their placement.
Let’s get started…
- > Identify the need- individual desks may require localised lights & lobbies & conference rooms may require diffused spread lighting.
- > Choose lights according to the brightness required- yellow lights for congregation spaces & white lights for work spaces.
- > Make sure that the lights don’t cause glare in case desks with computers.
- > Low light levels make the user grumpy & sleepy/ lethargic.
Let us take a look at some designs to inspire your mind…
Localised lighting for individual work-desks helps, for it lessens the chances of glare & makes for a more focused lighting & working environment. Virgin, untreated ceilings can be covered by installing stunning pieces of lights like these from PHILIPS..
Try to pair up & merge the lights with your interiors for a better looking office environment. Using layers of lighting eases the lighting process; you can
Work-desk lighting can be critical- lighting should maintain a work environment, it shouldn’t be very bright that it hypes up the environment & spoils the space.
Make your lights look fun which will in turn make your work fun as well!! Shapes & size variants of lights available today are vast & can be used to the user’s benefit.
Experiment with the look of the light……..use bulbs to decorate your ceiling…..twinkle lights to adorn your wall & down lights for your tables.
Notice how strip lights are lifting up the mood & look of the place. It’s fun, new & of the coming age…..& you are going to love it for sure!!