Features of the lighting of offices

When designing office buildings, special attention is paid to lighting issues. A competent distribution of lighting installations will help create comfortable conditions simultaneously for visitors and working personnel. It is believed that office LED lights allow you to adjust the emotional atmosphere at the workplace: cold tones are suitable for business communication, while warm helps to discharge the situation, contributing to informal communication.

However, the primary task of both office and industrial lamps is the creation of functional lighting. So that the perception of the three -dimensional space remains clear with painstaking work with documents and a computer during the day, when organizing office lighting, it is not recommended to allow contrasting shadows or, conversely, their absence. If the desktop is located far from the window, sources of additional lighting are needed.

Ceiling lamps in offices, as a rule, are located in two rows: the first row along the window repeats daylight, the second, leaving deeper into the room by about two -thirds, creates uniform lighting and eliminates the reflected glare from computers. If there are no windows in the room, use rectangular wall lamps.

It is important not to overdo it using the reflected light: such lighting requires decoration in light colors, which leads to a weakening of contrast perception. In addition, light flows are partially absorbed by the reflecting surface, which makes the lighting ineffective.