Light can lend visual hierarchy to a design, or unify many features to be read as a coherent whole. One can build a light environment by layering different luminaires that fulfil different lighting requirements. Visual comfort is a crucial aspect of exterior lighting. This can be achieved by providing a base level of illumination to manoeuvre through a space. Systems that throw light with a narrow beam, such as spotlights or food lighting, can be implemented to draw focus to landscape features, facade elements or even a single tree.
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Washlighting is an effective way to create a wide spatial impression, whilst remaining functional. Floor washlights, with, for example, a wide beam, are ideal for lighting elements such as pathways and facades. Having ease of control over the system you’v
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