Four Requirements For Interior Lighting Design

- Mar 08, 2017-

Modern building decoration, focuses not only on the interior space of the element, pay more attention to the aesthetics of lighting for indoor and outdoor environment effect and the resulting psychological effects. Therefore, the lighting is not only continuing natural light, but full use of light and dark in the architectural mix of combinations of light and shadow to create a comfortable, beautiful light.

Therefore, the people of the interior lighting options more and more attention.

In decoration, depending on desired illuminance in the indoor space environment should correctly use lighting and luminaire types to provide good lighting conditions, in the indoor space environment so that people can get the best visual effects, while still having access to a certain atmosphere and mood, enhance the effect of its interior space and aesthetic experience.

Interior lighting design has four requirements:
1, safety;
2, the function;
3, artistic;
4, economy.

Refers to the lines, switches, lamps and distribution settings and choose reliable safety measures are required;

Capabilities is refers, in different types of buildings in use are not the same, it needs to be by the physiological needs, choose different lighting and illumination. As we read and rest time of illumination is not the same.

At home to internationally based on health recommended the application form of illumination standards and activities, the luminance values in the workplace, with all kinds of glare rating, strobe effect of the data, and so on, for our queries.

Artistic means, using a variety of lighting and color can have various psychological effects. Appear in various shapes and the icing on the cake, such as deep and required a different architectural style lighting designs for different effects.

Economy refers to the use of advanced technology, give full play to the effects of lighting, with less investment for a larger lighting effects as much as possible and ensuring lighting product life cycles in the economy as a whole.