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Lighting is a key element in architectural design. For example,
in dense urban areas, good lighting used in relation to the scale
and importance of the area in question can articulate nocturnal
space into smaller ambiences. To illustrate, when you approach
an area in a city you will first perceive light from general
illumination. As you continue to approach, smaller portions of a
space will gradually be revealed and a different, smaller scale of
the illumination.
Lighting stimulates how objects reflectlight
Material composition ofobject
Light’s colorposition
Global lightingparameters
Ambientlighting
Two sided lighting
Available in both color index and RGBA (red green blue
alpha) mode
• AMBIENT LIGHTING
It provides security and safety, as well as general
illuminations for performing daily activities.
• TASK LIGHTING
The goal of task lighting is to provide enough illuminations so
that tasks can be completed accurately but not provide so
much light that entire areas are illuminated.
• ACCENT LIGHTING
It illuminates walls so they blend more closely with naturally
bright
areas like ceilings and windows.
AMBIENT
LIGHTING
TASKLIGHTING
ACCENT
LIGHTING
• Ambient lighting, or what is commonly called as general lighting,
serves as
the primary source of light for a certain room.
• It is the foundation of all the lighting of a room.
• Aside from the basic lighting functionality, the ambient lighting
improves the sense of warmth and depth of a room or space.
• It works to provide a comfortable level of illumination without too
much glare.
• This allows you to navigate an entire room safely too. A central
source of it for every room is essential to achieve an excellent
lighting plan.
• A perfect source needs a strategy in choosing which lights to
use and
in what area or part of the room to place it.
• Ambient lighting can be accomplished by using basic lighting
fixtures such as chandeliers, track lights, recessed lights, and
wall or ceiling- mounted lighting fixtures.
• There are various ways to achieve balance in ambient lighting
and this often depends on what type of room you are using it
for.
• In some rooms, this can also serve as a primary source
for task lighting just like in a laundry room.
• In choosing the location for your installation,
the first thing you need to do is evaluate a
certain room when it is dark.
• You can turn off as many lights as you can
without losing the room’s visibility and note the
areas that need to be accented.
• These spaces often include pathways,
reading areas, fireplaces, coffee tables,
bookshelves, seating areas, and plants.
• Balance is important in choosing the
location for ambient lighting.
• Lighting just one corner of a large room will make it unbalanced.
• However, trying to illuminate every corner of the room can make
it overwhelmingly bright instead, which is probably not the kind
of mood you are trying to achieve.
• The best way to achieve balance in this type of lighting is
illuminating a certain area probably at the front space and putting
a table lamp at the back corner of the room.
• Choosing the bulb wattage when installing the light should not be overlooked.
• This will depend on the function of your lighting fixture. If the fixture aims to serve as the
main source of light such as in a reading chair, you might need a higher bulb wattage.
• However, for creating warmth and a little personality especially for subtle accent
lighting, no need to use glaring lights.
• You can also choose if you want a warm or a cool light for your fixture.
• Yellow light appears warmer while blue light is cooler.
• The colour temperature of a light will depend on what effect you are planning to achieve.
• Exploit natural lighting
• Expose your rooms
• Reflect natural light
• Amplify the light
• Augment with recessed lighting
• Factor in age and health
• Up the energy level
• Play with color, material, finishes and
placement
o Task lighting refers to increasing illuminance to
better accomplish a specific activity.
o However, the illuminance level is not the only
factor governing visibility. Contrast is also
important, and a poorly positioned light source
may cause contrast reduction, resulting in loss of
visibility. The most important purpose of task
lighting in the office is not increasing illuminance,
but improving contrast.
o General lighting can be reduced because task
lighting provides focused light where needed.
• It can be provided by recessed and track
lighting, pendant lighting and under cabinet
lighting, as well as by portable floor and
desk lamps.
• Task lighting should be free of distracting
glare and shadows and should be bright
enough to prevent eye strain.
• Adjustability is very important; you should be
able to direct the light where you need it.
• Well distributed over the work area
shadow-free.
• The task light should be designed to avoid
glare.
• It should be energy-efficient.
Your light should be located to the side of the
task –not in front of it –to avoid glare.
If you are right handed, place your lighton the
left side of your work area –and vise- versa,
for left handed. Helps reduce the chance of
shadow.
The light source should not shine in your (or
anyone’s)eyes;adjust it downwards, onto the
task surface and/or the task at hand (such as
a document you are reading).
● Accent Lighting is a
directional lighting used to
highlight or focus attention
on a specific area or
object.
● It generally requires at
least 3 times as much light
on the focal point as the
general lighting around it
● It is also considered as a
decorative lighting as it adds
drama and style by
highlighting key objects and
focal points in interiors.
● Someaccent lights aren’t made
to shine on a particular object,
but are themselves a piece of
art with a self contained light
source.
● Accent lights can also to be
used outdoors as guides for
pathways or to spotlight
garden art.
● Highlights works
of art
● Niches
● Closets
● Walls
● Plants/sculptures
● Paths/driveways
● Facades
A street light is a raised source of light on the edge of the road or a walkway.
WHY IT IS IMPORTANT? / OBJECTIVES
 To reduce the risk of night time accidents.
 Lighting is necessary to enable road users to see potential obstacles and to reduce
the fear of crime.
 Discouraging crime and vandalism.
 Assisting in the protection of property.
 Improvement of traffic flow at night by providing streets lighting.
 To provide night time safety of road users.
 Raising quality of living by providing good street lighting.
Street lighting project have several stages:
 Lighting requirement and needs.
 Best available technology.
 Procurement and tender evaluation.
 Operation and maintenance.
 The most common reasons for inefficient street lighting systems.
 Selection of inefficient luminaries.
 Poor design and installation.
 Poor power quality.
 Poor operation and maintenance practices.
Central business
districts.
Housing.
Industries.
Main roads.
Minor roads.
• ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING USES A LOT OF
ENERGY IN OUR HOMES AND WORK
PLACE
• IN A TYPICAL HOME,LIGHTING WILL
ACCOUNT FOR ABOUT 10%OF
ELECTRICITY USE.
• INEFFICIENT LIGHTING ALSO
GIVES OFF A LOT OF
HEAT,INCREASING THE ENERGY
NEEDED FOR AIR CONDITIONING.
USEDAYLIGHT
THE BEST WAYTO REDUCE ENERGY USED FOR
LIGHTINGIS TO USE FREE NATURAL DAYLIGHT
THROUGH THE USE OF PROPERLY DESIGNED
WINDOWS, SKYLIGHT AND LIGHT SHELVES.
HOWEVER , TOO MUCH DAYLIGHT ,ESPECIALLY
DIRECT SUN,CAN CREATE GLARE PROBLEMS
AND EXCESSIVE HEAT. IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT
GLAZING AND SUN CONTROL ARE PROPERLY
DESIIGNED TO OPTIMISE BOTH THE LIGHTING
AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE.
TUNGSTEN HALOGEN LAMPS AREMORE
EFIICIENT THAN STANDARD BULBS.
THEY GENERALLY LAST TWO OR
THREE TIMES AS LONG AS STANDARD
LAMPS.
THEY ARE NOT AGOOD FORM OF
GENERAL LIGHTIG,AND ARE MOST
SUITABLE FOR DISPLAY OR
FEATURE LIGHTING.
ELECTRONIC TRANSFORMER ARE
AVAILABLE FOR LOW VOLTAGE HALOGEN.
THESE USE ONLYABOUT 3 TO 5W
COMPARED TO ABOUT 15W FOR A
STANDARD MAGNETIC TRANFORMER
THIS INCLUDES STANDARD LIGHT BULB AND HALOGENLAMP
.
THESE ARE THE MOST INEFFECIENT FORM OF
ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING.
THEY WORK BY HEATING AN ELECTRIC ELEMENT TO
WHITE HEAT,AND PRODUCE MUCH MORE HEAT THAN
LIGHT.
STANDARD FILAMENT BULBS ARE MORECOMMON IN
HOMES THAN OFFICES.
THEY ARE CHEAP TO BUY BUT SHORT LIVED,WITH A
TYPICAL LIFE OF ONLYABOUT 1,000 HOURS
THEY SHOULD ONLY BE USED IN PLACES THAT ARE LIT
FOR SHORT PERIOD OF TIME AND NOT VERY OFTEN ,
SUCH AS STORAGE CUPBOARDS.
• Spot lighting is a circle of strong light that comes from a lamp whose
beam can be directed.
• Spot lights are one of the most versatile lighting options
LED spot light / spot light is one of the many types LED
lighting
product available inn the market
This kind of lighting product is basically used to project
light to acertain spot or place.
Residential- showcases, wine cabinets, stairs, corridor, decorative
mini night application.
Façade lightingis mainlyused
on the exterior walls of the
building or only the front
façade of building.
Previously façade lighting
was used for Historic
monuments buildings but
nowadays they started
using for commercial
buildings.
Façade lighting started in
western countries late 1930s.
• Lighting links people to buildings at night .
• Thus, when sun goes down ,façade lighting gives the
architecture a new opportunity to showcase what it can do to
form a very different perspective.
• It also helps in providing security.
• It compliments the exterior of the building and the area of use.
• Unique lighting effects can create a 3D impression, gives
building its own character and make them popular attractions.
Installation methods – must be
easy.
Should not spoil the overall look
of the building.
Power and contactpoints.
Possibility and ease of
maintenance in future safety of
use.
Flowdirection.
General floodlighting
Local lightingarea
Background lighting“Silhouette”
Light façadelighting
Contourlighting
Tsvetodinamika
The easiest option oflighting
Flood lightening is characterized
by the installation of lights At a
certain distance from the
illuminated objects
They mounted onpoles
The light aimed at the building
will pass through the window
The Lincoln memorial
Focus attention towindows,
arches, frames, cornices,
columns and balconies in
order for the composition to be
harmonious.
Use of medium, low power
lamps and linear shaped
lighting On the basis of led.
AUBERGE DE
CASTELLE
IT IS A KIND OF ARTISTICEFFECT,ALLOWING
TO ACHIEVE
THE SHAPE OF THE OBJECTOUTLINE.
THE SILHOUETTE OF THE OBJECT
SHOWS THE CREATION OF A LUMINOUS
BLACK OR DARK BACKGROUND.
THIS CREATES A CLEAR IMAGE AND
POWERFUL GRAPHICS
USED TO HIGHLIGHT THE PALACESWITH
COLUMNS AND THEATRES
Suitable for lighting modern
buildings with fully glazed
like shopping and entertainment
centers
and office buildings
The lighting equipment is
installed indoors and draws on
the Glass.
Produces a variety of lighting effects
,fixed or variable
RELATIVELY NEW TECHNIQUE
WHEN THE PERIMETER OF
THE
BUILDING STANDS OUT WITHTHE
HELP OF LINEAR LIGHTING.
THE IMPLIMENTION OFCONTOUR
LIGHTING WAS MADE
POSSIBLE BY ADVENTOF
INEXPENSIVE LIGHT SOURCES
LIKE
FLEXIBLE NEON ANDLED BARS
THEY ARE USED FOR
THE CORNERS AND
CORNICES
A lighting method that
uses color synthesis
Changing the colors
within a certain time and
increasing/fading
brightness
It uses a variety of color
dynamics lighting :LED
bars and lights
Marketingfactor
Sustainablelighting
Securityaspects
Emphasize
architecture
Emphasizestructure
Emotionallighting
Attractingattention
Setting the stage forcities:
Variety of LEDluminaries.
Different night – time appearances.
Accentlighting in compliance with master plans to enhance
public spaces.
Durable,highly efficient LED solutions.
Case 1: project –
Michael Kors Shanghai Flagship
store Facade, Shanghai.
Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox, New York
Lighting Designer: Tilotson Design
Associates, New York.
The main challenge was how to create
a sense of brightness and sparkle that
would read both up close and from a
distance Without the disturbance of a
lot of glare.
The facade needs to work both during the day in natural
lighting conditions and at night when the panels are
illuminated by two different grazing fixtures located at the top
and bottom of the entire assembly.
The first fixture types are 10° 4000k LED grazers that
illuminate the top and the bottom back of the panels with
white light.
The second are RGB LED luminaries with a medium beam
distribution that create colour changing effects, and which
sit behind the bottom grazing fixture.
Case B: project –The Rookery Building,
Chicago,USA Architect –Burnham & Root,
Chicago
The light colour temperature
underscores materials and character.
Uniform, vertical lighting emphasizes
the surface of the facade without altering
the architecture.
Precise accent lighting picks out
distinctive architectural features.
Case C: project – Sutterlüty
Handels GmbH,
Architect – Architekten
Hermann Kaufmann
Light lines define structure and
allow easier orientation:
The architecture and contours
of a building are visible, even
when it is dark.
Different luminance levels on
various surfaces differentiate the
for ground from the background.
How building looks different at night:
Static or dynamic lighting scenarios using colours that replace
traditional
accent lighting.
Creative lighting patterns and textures reinforce emotional
connection to the building
Case A : Project – Dornier Museum,
Friedrichshafen
Architect – Allmann Sattler Wappner
Case A : Project – Gaislachkoglbahn,
Solden Architect – Obermoser arch – omo zt gmbh,
Innsbruck
Case B : Project – Vente – privee building, Paris,
France Architect – Pucci De Rossi
OUTDOOR
LUMINAIRES
INDOOR
LUMINAIRES
1.C-SPLASH GROUND LIGHTS
1.AVAILABLE IN VARIOUS COLOURS
2.DURABLE AND EASY TO
MANEUVER
3.LOCKING BASE AND PIVOT
ALLOWS VERTICAL AND
HORIZONTAL MOVEMENTS
2.LED-WALL MOUNT
1.COMPACT,SIMPLE DESIGN
2.ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDY
OPTION AVAILABLE
3.VERY EASYINSTALLATIONS
3.LED MARKER
1. Reliable, robust design
2.Easy installation and
maintenance-free
3. Integrated
driver and equipped mounting
box
1.DOWNLIGHTS
Durable andsafe
Flexibleand
convenient
Trendy and
professional design
2.LINEAR LIGHTING
Can be used both forindoor
and outdoor lighting
Simple installation andlong
run lengths
3.WALL MOUNTERS
Energy-efficientand
low-maintenance
thanks to LED
technology
Can be used both
indoors and outdoors
BY:
YAMINI K
AZAM KHAN
RAMYA
RUTHVIK
SAI KRISHNA
SAKSHI A SINDGI
SAKSHEE BANGA
SHIVANI
SHOBITHA C
SHREYA P RAIKAR
SNEHA REDDY T
HARUN
RACHANA V BMSSA

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Lighting

  • 1.
  • 2. Lighting is a key element in architectural design. For example, in dense urban areas, good lighting used in relation to the scale and importance of the area in question can articulate nocturnal space into smaller ambiences. To illustrate, when you approach an area in a city you will first perceive light from general illumination. As you continue to approach, smaller portions of a space will gradually be revealed and a different, smaller scale of the illumination.
  • 3. Lighting stimulates how objects reflectlight Material composition ofobject Light’s colorposition Global lightingparameters Ambientlighting Two sided lighting Available in both color index and RGBA (red green blue alpha) mode
  • 4. • AMBIENT LIGHTING It provides security and safety, as well as general illuminations for performing daily activities. • TASK LIGHTING The goal of task lighting is to provide enough illuminations so that tasks can be completed accurately but not provide so much light that entire areas are illuminated. • ACCENT LIGHTING It illuminates walls so they blend more closely with naturally bright areas like ceilings and windows.
  • 6. • Ambient lighting, or what is commonly called as general lighting, serves as the primary source of light for a certain room. • It is the foundation of all the lighting of a room. • Aside from the basic lighting functionality, the ambient lighting improves the sense of warmth and depth of a room or space. • It works to provide a comfortable level of illumination without too much glare. • This allows you to navigate an entire room safely too. A central source of it for every room is essential to achieve an excellent lighting plan.
  • 7. • A perfect source needs a strategy in choosing which lights to use and in what area or part of the room to place it. • Ambient lighting can be accomplished by using basic lighting fixtures such as chandeliers, track lights, recessed lights, and wall or ceiling- mounted lighting fixtures. • There are various ways to achieve balance in ambient lighting and this often depends on what type of room you are using it for. • In some rooms, this can also serve as a primary source for task lighting just like in a laundry room.
  • 8. • In choosing the location for your installation, the first thing you need to do is evaluate a certain room when it is dark. • You can turn off as many lights as you can without losing the room’s visibility and note the areas that need to be accented. • These spaces often include pathways, reading areas, fireplaces, coffee tables, bookshelves, seating areas, and plants. • Balance is important in choosing the location for ambient lighting.
  • 9. • Lighting just one corner of a large room will make it unbalanced. • However, trying to illuminate every corner of the room can make it overwhelmingly bright instead, which is probably not the kind of mood you are trying to achieve. • The best way to achieve balance in this type of lighting is illuminating a certain area probably at the front space and putting a table lamp at the back corner of the room.
  • 10. • Choosing the bulb wattage when installing the light should not be overlooked. • This will depend on the function of your lighting fixture. If the fixture aims to serve as the main source of light such as in a reading chair, you might need a higher bulb wattage. • However, for creating warmth and a little personality especially for subtle accent lighting, no need to use glaring lights. • You can also choose if you want a warm or a cool light for your fixture. • Yellow light appears warmer while blue light is cooler. • The colour temperature of a light will depend on what effect you are planning to achieve.
  • 11. • Exploit natural lighting • Expose your rooms • Reflect natural light • Amplify the light • Augment with recessed lighting • Factor in age and health • Up the energy level • Play with color, material, finishes and placement
  • 12. o Task lighting refers to increasing illuminance to better accomplish a specific activity. o However, the illuminance level is not the only factor governing visibility. Contrast is also important, and a poorly positioned light source may cause contrast reduction, resulting in loss of visibility. The most important purpose of task lighting in the office is not increasing illuminance, but improving contrast. o General lighting can be reduced because task lighting provides focused light where needed.
  • 13. • It can be provided by recessed and track lighting, pendant lighting and under cabinet lighting, as well as by portable floor and desk lamps. • Task lighting should be free of distracting glare and shadows and should be bright enough to prevent eye strain. • Adjustability is very important; you should be able to direct the light where you need it. • Well distributed over the work area shadow-free. • The task light should be designed to avoid glare. • It should be energy-efficient.
  • 14. Your light should be located to the side of the task –not in front of it –to avoid glare. If you are right handed, place your lighton the left side of your work area –and vise- versa, for left handed. Helps reduce the chance of shadow. The light source should not shine in your (or anyone’s)eyes;adjust it downwards, onto the task surface and/or the task at hand (such as a document you are reading).
  • 15. ● Accent Lighting is a directional lighting used to highlight or focus attention on a specific area or object. ● It generally requires at least 3 times as much light on the focal point as the general lighting around it
  • 16. ● It is also considered as a decorative lighting as it adds drama and style by highlighting key objects and focal points in interiors. ● Someaccent lights aren’t made to shine on a particular object, but are themselves a piece of art with a self contained light source. ● Accent lights can also to be used outdoors as guides for pathways or to spotlight garden art.
  • 17. ● Highlights works of art ● Niches ● Closets ● Walls ● Plants/sculptures ● Paths/driveways ● Facades
  • 18. A street light is a raised source of light on the edge of the road or a walkway. WHY IT IS IMPORTANT? / OBJECTIVES  To reduce the risk of night time accidents.  Lighting is necessary to enable road users to see potential obstacles and to reduce the fear of crime.  Discouraging crime and vandalism.  Assisting in the protection of property.  Improvement of traffic flow at night by providing streets lighting.  To provide night time safety of road users.  Raising quality of living by providing good street lighting.
  • 19. Street lighting project have several stages:  Lighting requirement and needs.  Best available technology.  Procurement and tender evaluation.  Operation and maintenance.  The most common reasons for inefficient street lighting systems.  Selection of inefficient luminaries.  Poor design and installation.  Poor power quality.  Poor operation and maintenance practices.
  • 21. • ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING USES A LOT OF ENERGY IN OUR HOMES AND WORK PLACE • IN A TYPICAL HOME,LIGHTING WILL ACCOUNT FOR ABOUT 10%OF ELECTRICITY USE. • INEFFICIENT LIGHTING ALSO GIVES OFF A LOT OF HEAT,INCREASING THE ENERGY NEEDED FOR AIR CONDITIONING.
  • 22. USEDAYLIGHT THE BEST WAYTO REDUCE ENERGY USED FOR LIGHTINGIS TO USE FREE NATURAL DAYLIGHT THROUGH THE USE OF PROPERLY DESIGNED WINDOWS, SKYLIGHT AND LIGHT SHELVES. HOWEVER , TOO MUCH DAYLIGHT ,ESPECIALLY DIRECT SUN,CAN CREATE GLARE PROBLEMS AND EXCESSIVE HEAT. IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT GLAZING AND SUN CONTROL ARE PROPERLY DESIIGNED TO OPTIMISE BOTH THE LIGHTING AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE.
  • 23. TUNGSTEN HALOGEN LAMPS AREMORE EFIICIENT THAN STANDARD BULBS. THEY GENERALLY LAST TWO OR THREE TIMES AS LONG AS STANDARD LAMPS. THEY ARE NOT AGOOD FORM OF GENERAL LIGHTIG,AND ARE MOST SUITABLE FOR DISPLAY OR FEATURE LIGHTING. ELECTRONIC TRANSFORMER ARE AVAILABLE FOR LOW VOLTAGE HALOGEN. THESE USE ONLYABOUT 3 TO 5W COMPARED TO ABOUT 15W FOR A STANDARD MAGNETIC TRANFORMER
  • 24. THIS INCLUDES STANDARD LIGHT BULB AND HALOGENLAMP . THESE ARE THE MOST INEFFECIENT FORM OF ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING. THEY WORK BY HEATING AN ELECTRIC ELEMENT TO WHITE HEAT,AND PRODUCE MUCH MORE HEAT THAN LIGHT. STANDARD FILAMENT BULBS ARE MORECOMMON IN HOMES THAN OFFICES. THEY ARE CHEAP TO BUY BUT SHORT LIVED,WITH A TYPICAL LIFE OF ONLYABOUT 1,000 HOURS THEY SHOULD ONLY BE USED IN PLACES THAT ARE LIT FOR SHORT PERIOD OF TIME AND NOT VERY OFTEN , SUCH AS STORAGE CUPBOARDS.
  • 25. • Spot lighting is a circle of strong light that comes from a lamp whose beam can be directed. • Spot lights are one of the most versatile lighting options
  • 26. LED spot light / spot light is one of the many types LED lighting product available inn the market This kind of lighting product is basically used to project light to acertain spot or place.
  • 27.
  • 28. Residential- showcases, wine cabinets, stairs, corridor, decorative mini night application.
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  • 31. Façade lightingis mainlyused on the exterior walls of the building or only the front façade of building. Previously façade lighting was used for Historic monuments buildings but nowadays they started using for commercial buildings. Façade lighting started in western countries late 1930s.
  • 32. • Lighting links people to buildings at night . • Thus, when sun goes down ,façade lighting gives the architecture a new opportunity to showcase what it can do to form a very different perspective. • It also helps in providing security. • It compliments the exterior of the building and the area of use. • Unique lighting effects can create a 3D impression, gives building its own character and make them popular attractions.
  • 33. Installation methods – must be easy. Should not spoil the overall look of the building. Power and contactpoints. Possibility and ease of maintenance in future safety of use. Flowdirection.
  • 34. General floodlighting Local lightingarea Background lighting“Silhouette” Light façadelighting Contourlighting Tsvetodinamika
  • 35. The easiest option oflighting Flood lightening is characterized by the installation of lights At a certain distance from the illuminated objects They mounted onpoles The light aimed at the building will pass through the window The Lincoln memorial
  • 36. Focus attention towindows, arches, frames, cornices, columns and balconies in order for the composition to be harmonious. Use of medium, low power lamps and linear shaped lighting On the basis of led. AUBERGE DE CASTELLE
  • 37. IT IS A KIND OF ARTISTICEFFECT,ALLOWING TO ACHIEVE THE SHAPE OF THE OBJECTOUTLINE. THE SILHOUETTE OF THE OBJECT SHOWS THE CREATION OF A LUMINOUS BLACK OR DARK BACKGROUND. THIS CREATES A CLEAR IMAGE AND POWERFUL GRAPHICS USED TO HIGHLIGHT THE PALACESWITH COLUMNS AND THEATRES
  • 38. Suitable for lighting modern buildings with fully glazed like shopping and entertainment centers and office buildings The lighting equipment is installed indoors and draws on the Glass. Produces a variety of lighting effects ,fixed or variable
  • 39. RELATIVELY NEW TECHNIQUE WHEN THE PERIMETER OF THE BUILDING STANDS OUT WITHTHE HELP OF LINEAR LIGHTING. THE IMPLIMENTION OFCONTOUR LIGHTING WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY ADVENTOF INEXPENSIVE LIGHT SOURCES LIKE FLEXIBLE NEON ANDLED BARS THEY ARE USED FOR THE CORNERS AND CORNICES
  • 40. A lighting method that uses color synthesis Changing the colors within a certain time and increasing/fading brightness It uses a variety of color dynamics lighting :LED bars and lights
  • 42. Setting the stage forcities: Variety of LEDluminaries. Different night – time appearances. Accentlighting in compliance with master plans to enhance public spaces. Durable,highly efficient LED solutions.
  • 43. Case 1: project – Michael Kors Shanghai Flagship store Facade, Shanghai. Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox, New York Lighting Designer: Tilotson Design Associates, New York. The main challenge was how to create a sense of brightness and sparkle that would read both up close and from a distance Without the disturbance of a lot of glare.
  • 44. The facade needs to work both during the day in natural lighting conditions and at night when the panels are illuminated by two different grazing fixtures located at the top and bottom of the entire assembly. The first fixture types are 10° 4000k LED grazers that illuminate the top and the bottom back of the panels with white light. The second are RGB LED luminaries with a medium beam distribution that create colour changing effects, and which sit behind the bottom grazing fixture.
  • 45. Case B: project –The Rookery Building, Chicago,USA Architect –Burnham & Root, Chicago The light colour temperature underscores materials and character. Uniform, vertical lighting emphasizes the surface of the facade without altering the architecture. Precise accent lighting picks out distinctive architectural features.
  • 46. Case C: project – Sutterlüty Handels GmbH, Architect – Architekten Hermann Kaufmann Light lines define structure and allow easier orientation: The architecture and contours of a building are visible, even when it is dark. Different luminance levels on various surfaces differentiate the for ground from the background.
  • 47. How building looks different at night: Static or dynamic lighting scenarios using colours that replace traditional accent lighting. Creative lighting patterns and textures reinforce emotional connection to the building
  • 48. Case A : Project – Dornier Museum, Friedrichshafen Architect – Allmann Sattler Wappner
  • 49. Case A : Project – Gaislachkoglbahn, Solden Architect – Obermoser arch – omo zt gmbh, Innsbruck
  • 50. Case B : Project – Vente – privee building, Paris, France Architect – Pucci De Rossi
  • 52. 1.C-SPLASH GROUND LIGHTS 1.AVAILABLE IN VARIOUS COLOURS 2.DURABLE AND EASY TO MANEUVER 3.LOCKING BASE AND PIVOT ALLOWS VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL MOVEMENTS
  • 53. 2.LED-WALL MOUNT 1.COMPACT,SIMPLE DESIGN 2.ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDY OPTION AVAILABLE 3.VERY EASYINSTALLATIONS
  • 54. 3.LED MARKER 1. Reliable, robust design 2.Easy installation and maintenance-free 3. Integrated driver and equipped mounting box
  • 56. 2.LINEAR LIGHTING Can be used both forindoor and outdoor lighting Simple installation andlong run lengths
  • 57. 3.WALL MOUNTERS Energy-efficientand low-maintenance thanks to LED technology Can be used both indoors and outdoors
  • 58. BY: YAMINI K AZAM KHAN RAMYA RUTHVIK SAI KRISHNA SAKSHI A SINDGI SAKSHEE BANGA SHIVANI SHOBITHA C SHREYA P RAIKAR SNEHA REDDY T HARUN RACHANA V BMSSA