Architecture and theatre - Simulation: Both architectural aspects and elements of stage lighting effects are frequently used in exhibitions. The foyer of a company headquarters provides a perfect illustration, simultaneously serving as a prestigious entrance and an area for exhibits.
Company foyer - Product presentation: Foyers and reception areas in companies should help visitors first and foremost to find their bearings. Often, they are also used for product presentations. Both can be aided by using appropriate lighting. In high ceilings, the inconspicuous recessed ceiling luminaires remain far outside the line of vision, thus supporting the effective separation of light source and lighting effect.
Slow and fast: The dynamic lighting concept for shop windows and facades of a retail outlet perfectly illustrates the use of light scenes with slow and quicker transitions. Two parameters are varied with the glass facade: coloured grazing light and narrow, white beams. Three lighting components are used in the shop window: coloured washlighting on the rear wall, accent lighting with changing focus on the decorative ornaments, and the projection of patterns on the rear wall.
Situations in hotels: Bar: When lighting lounge areas, atmospheric aspects come to the fore. Pools of light on tables create private zones in large rooms. In addition, emphasising surfaces such as the ashlar wall contributes to spatial brightness and can be used to link in with the theme of the particular choice of materials in the lounge. Tiltable directional luminaires provide accent lighting, while lens wallwashers are used to illuminate the wall uniformly.