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Types of Lighting and Luminaire

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Types of Lighting and Luminaire

  1. 1. Types of Lighting
  2. 2. General Lighting. Lighting designed to provide a uniform level of illumination.
  3. 3. GENERAL LIGHTING
  4. 4. GENERAL LIGHTING
  5. 5. GENERAL LIGHTING
  6. 6. GENERAL LIGHTING
  7. 7. Local Lighting. Lighting designed to provide a relatively high level of illumination over a small area, with a surrounding area of lower intensity from spilled light.
  8. 8. LOCAL LIGHTING
  9. 9. LOCAL LIGHTING
  10. 10. LOCAL LIGHTING
  11. 11. Task Lighting. Lighting designed to provide a strong illumination for visually demanding activities. It needs to be glare-free. Effective task lighting enhances visual clarity and keeps the eyes from getting tired.
  12. 12. TASK LIGHTING
  13. 13. TASK LIGHTING
  14. 14. TASK LIGHTING
  15. 15. TASK LIGHTING
  16. 16. TASK LIGHTING
  17. 17. Accent Lighting. Lighting that calls attention or adds interest to a particular object or unusual feature of interest in a room. Highlight emphasizes illumination with a strong light; backlight illuminates from behind in order to embrace depth or to separate the object from the background; sidelights is light coming the side.
  18. 18. ACCENT LIGHTING
  19. 19. ACCENT LIGHTING
  20. 20. ACCENT LIGHTING
  21. 21. ACCENT LIGHTING
  22. 22. Ambient Lighting. A hidden source of light that washes the room with a glow. It flattens an interior and creates very little shadow.
  23. 23. AMBIENT LIGHTING
  24. 24. AMBIENT LIGHTING
  25. 25. AMBIENT LIGHTING
  26. 26. AMBIENT LIGHTING
  27. 27. Aesthetic Lighting. Lighting itself can be a work of art. A neon sculpture would be purely decorative and is an example of aesthetic lighting.
  28. 28. AESTHETIC LIGHTING
  29. 29. AESTHETIC LIGHTING
  30. 30. AESTHETIC LIGHTING
  31. 31. Natural Lighting. Sunlight, Candlelight and Firelight. The quality of Sunlight will depend on the time of the day and the season within the year. Candlelight/ Firelight is light that moves and is sometimes referred to as kinetic light.
  32. 32. NATURAL LIGHTING
  33. 33. NATURAL LIGHTING
  34. 34. NATURAL LIGHTING
  35. 35. CANDLELIGHTING
  36. 36. FIRELIGHTING
  37. 37. Luminaire
  38. 38. Wall Washer. A downlight mounted close to the plane of a wall and equipped with a reflector, baffle, or lens to illuminate to the vertical surface.
  39. 39. WALL WASHER
  40. 40. WALL WASHER
  41. 41. WALL WASHER
  42. 42. Floodlight. A lamp designed to project or diffuse a comparatively uniform level of illumination over a large area. Also called flood lamp.
  43. 43. FLOODLIGHT
  44. 44. FLOODLIGHT
  45. 45. FLOODLIGHT
  46. 46. FLOODLIGHT
  47. 47. Downlight. A luminaire consisting of a lamp set in meta cylinder, recessed into or mounted on a ceiling to direct a beam of light downward.
  48. 48. DOWNLIGHT
  49. 49. DOWNLIGHT
  50. 50. DOWNLIGHT
  51. 51. DOWNLIGHT
  52. 52. Spotlight. A lamp designed to project a strong focused beam of light on an object or areas. Also called, spot.
  53. 53. SPOTLIGHT
  54. 54. SPOTLIGHT
  55. 55. SPOTLIGHT
  56. 56. Spill. Useless light rays, a spotlight or other focused light source. Also called, spill light.
  57. 57. SPILL
  58. 58. SPILL
  59. 59. SPILL
  60. 60. SPILL
  61. 61. Track lighting. Lighting provided by adjustable spotlights mounted a long narrow, ceiling-or-wall-mounted metal track through which currents is conducted.
  62. 62. TRACKLIGHTING
  63. 63. TRACKLIGHTING
  64. 64. TRACKLIGHTING
  65. 65. TRACKLIGHTING
  66. 66. TRACKLIGHTING
  67. 67. Light strip. A rigid or flexible tape with exposed down voltage light sources of 1 to 10 watts.
  68. 68. LIGHT STRIP
  69. 69. LIGHT STRIP
  70. 70. LIGHT STRIP
  71. 71. LIGHT STRIP
  72. 72. Troffer. A luminaire having a trough-shaped reflector holding one or more fluorescent lamps.
  73. 73. TROFFER
  74. 74. TROFFER
  75. 75. TROFFER
  76. 76. TROFFER
  77. 77. Droplight. A lighting fixture suspended from a ceiling or wall by a flexible cord, by which it can be released or lowered.
  78. 78. DROPLIGHT
  79. 79. DROPLIGHT
  80. 80. DROPLIGHT
  81. 81. DROPLIGHT
  82. 82. DROPLIGHT
  83. 83. Chandelier. A decorative lighting fixture suspended from a ceiling. Usually having branched supports for a number of lamps.
  84. 84. CHANDELIER
  85. 85. CHANDELIER
  86. 86. CHANDELIER
  87. 87. Pendants. Suspended from the ceiling, a pendant light directs its light down, typically over a table or kitchen island. A pendant can enhance the decorative style of a room. Pendants can provide ambient or task lighting.
  88. 88. Wall Sconces. Surface-mounted to the wall, sconces can direct light upwards or downwards, and their covers or shades can add a stylistic touch to a room. Wall sconces provide ambient or task lighting.
  89. 89. Floor Lamps. Made in a wide range of sizes and styles, lamps are extremely versatile and portable sources of light in a room. Most lamps direct light downward, with the exception of a torchiere, which is a floor lamp that directs its light upward. Lamps are often used as task lights, particularly for reading, but can also provide ambient light.
  90. 90. Gooseneck Lamp. A desk lamp having a flexible shaft resembling the neck of a goose.
  91. 91. Bridge Lamp. A floor lamp having the light source on a horizontal adjustable arm.
  92. 92. Torchlere. A floor lamp having its light source within a reflecting bowl that directs the light upward. Also torchere, torchler.
  93. 93. TORCHLERE
  94. 94. TORCHLERE
  95. 95. TORCHLERE
  96. 96. PRESENTED BY: Abejo, Jhebel Carcer, Patrick John Cerbulles, Kaycelin BS ARCHITECTURE 3-2 END.

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