Check out how each funcinone lamp of different types of environments and choose the ideal type for your decoration
- In The TV Room
Luminaires, spots and washers with yellow lamps and double light outputs leave the corner of the movie supergostoso. No need to exaggerate the amount of light. Afnal, to watch TV, listen to music or enjoy the cat you do not need spotlight. “Put light fixtures on the side of the sofa, which help to illuminate and do not disturb, and on the ceiling, use spots with light facing the coffeetable,” says architect Thiago Manarelli.
- Lighten And Enlarge The Kitchen
In the kitchen, use cold bulbs (fuorescentes that do not have heat or create shade), which increase the space. Plaster in the ceiling with built-in lamps is chic. Another option is to use two acrylic box luminaires that hide the bulbs. Install on parallel lines in the center of the kitchen.
3.Smoothness To The Couple
In the bedroom use an indirect lighting! It’s simple: leave low intensity lamps hidden in strategic corners: in a gap between two pieces of furniture, on a mirror or on a gypsum slope, as in the photo. On each side of the bed, place lamps with separate switches. This gives the couple independence. You can read while the cat sleeps!
- Objective Light In The Office
The secret of this environment is to place a focused desk lamp near the computer. Use cold light bulbs. LEDs are more expensive, but they use less energy and last longer. It’s cool to have a ceiling-lighted light and other light bulbs near shelves, books, and armchairs.
- Fluorescent General LightIn this kitchen designed byLeonardo Magalhães , the fluorescent lamps were chosen to illuminate the environment as a whole. They are inside the crown molding, providing the clear light that illuminates the work of the cook. To create a set of light on the wall, the professional also made use of dichroic lamps.
- Fluorescent Lamps In Closet
In the center of the closet, a fluorescent bulb was placed to provide the necessary clarity for the choice of clothes and the visualization of the pieces. Architects Daniele Cardoso and Marilia Neves also used LED luminaires embedded in a cutout on the bench cast to create a spot effect with the mirrors.
7.Sanca With Fluorescent
The social and dressing area of the double bedroom counts with a molding that runs along the length of its sides.Inside it, fluorescent lamps provide a yellow light that spreads through the environment. In the central chandelier fluorescents were also used to illuminate the space as a whole. Project by Leonardo Magalhães.
8.Behind The Mirror
The toilet area is reduced and a large mirror helps to extend this space. Behind it, the fluorescent lamp is embedded, emitting a subtle and functional light that spreads through the environment, sparing the use of more complements. The project is by Luciana Moreno, tel. (92) 3584-4194.
9. Tubular Fluorescent
In this office of an aesthetic professional, the chosen lamps were the fluorescents for providing a more uniform light. They are present in the crown molding and also in the pendant luminaire, which directs lighting to the work area. The color of the light is more yellowish to provide greater cosiness to the environment designed by Paula Neder.
10. Halogen Setups
In this room, halogen lamps predominate. The architect Ana Paula Barros made use of them to create several scenes in the same environment. The pendant half-sphere lies on the table, delimiting the space to eat. Spots built-in with dichroics illuminate the kitchen and decorative washers and beacons determine the stair area.
11. DicrÓIcas For The Small Space
As room space was reduced, it was necessary to group several functions in the same environment. The architect Ana Maria Mowad sought to delimit these areas with nothing to clutter the space and for this she used illumination with dichroic halogen lamps, which punctuate and delimit the points of being, dining and home theather.
12. Lighting As A Highlight
In this external area of a dwelling, halogen lamps were used as directed illumination. They highlight plants with light in the see color and in the barbecue area, give a touch of warmth, offsetting the materials of rustic coatings. As a whole, the architect Luciana Moreno used the lighting as a valuation and highlight in some points, without missing the necessary luminosity.
13. Corridor With SpotlightsAlongside the horizontal strip and photos, dichroic halogen lamps create a path leading up to this corridor. The architect Ana Maria Mouwad opted for these lamps to create this path and also highlight the photos of the residents and stickers with excerpts of music that marked her life.
14. Different Types Of Halogen
The architect Kelly Trindade has combined different types of halogen in this environment to compose the game of light. On the shelf are PAR30 lamps with low light. Already in the ceiling are three lamp AR111, which has a stronger light. Lastly, a PAR20, also of low light, was used in the floor lamp to create an effect on the curtain fabric.
15. Incandescent In The Mold
In this room, the architect Paula Neder used a batten cable with five incandescent bulbs that give clarity to the environment. Lamps, lamps and spots complement the lighting with decorative effect.
16. Reflectors In The Chandelier
In the teardrops, incandescent bulbs create indirect lighting that spreads through the room.Architect Paula Neder also used reflecting incandescent (mini spot) lights on the pendant luminaire, using directed lighting of the lights to create an effect on the ceiling and floor.
17. Lamps In The Candle Style
In addition to the sophisticated style of the room, the crystal chandelier has received candle-type incandescent bulbs. Despite the decorative effect, it also helps to illuminate the environment, complementing the work of the batten cable with five ball-type incandescent bulbs. Project byPaula Neder .
18. Light Scenes
In this dining room, the incandescent bulbs of the bulb create an indirect illumination, which reaches the whole environment in a pleasant way. The pendant with a stronger incandescent reflector creates a focused light for meals. Switching on separate scenes creates scenarios for different times.
19. With Intensity Control
Dimmers were used by architect Paula Neder in the lighting of this room so that light intensity could be controlled. The incandescent bulbs located in the crown molding leave the room clear, but may have dim light for moments of conversation or to watch a movie.
20. Starry Sky With LED
This baby dormitory has been lit only with LED technology. Points of light in different sizes were interspersed to create the starry sky effect. In the niches of the panel with bears, the architectDaniele Cardoso used inlays for dicroica with LED lamps, the same ones used on the bench of the exchanger. But crown molding, also tapes of LED, finalize the project of illumination.
21. Light Textures
In just 9 m², Vanessa Nczay needed to create a spa for a couple that was feasible inside a home and bring elements of the Eastern culture. As it would not fit many objects, light was its main artifice. The central chandelier, with LED bulbs, produces textures on the wall. And the paraffin tubes, which look like candles, actually have LEDs that do not overheat inside. Complete the bluish light LED on the drawer over the dresser.
22. Framing The Mirror
To get out of the conventional in this lavatory, Carla Marques opted not to put lighting spots on the ceiling. Some dichroic lamps are on the floor and have an effect on the walls. Behind the mirror was used an orange LED ribbon, which gives the perception of mirror framing. The set results in pleasant lighting for the eyes.
23. Leds For Cooking
Today the kitchen is a meeting point of the houses and was thinking about it that the architectGustavo Pinto chose to use LEDs in all the illumination of the environment. In addition to the low energy consumption, the technology allows a complete visualization of the food. In the central island, the panel has moving water illuminated by red LEDs, awakening the senses of who is in the environment.
24. Points Of Light
The directional lights are the big secret of this room designed by Angela Borsoi . Beside the bed, she used two Kelvin Led luminaires, from the Italian brand Flos. They can be directed to the reading, providing a functional light, or facing the wall, creating a shadows effect, with points of light, that illuminates the environment in a cozy way.
25. Functionality And Style
The mix of different types of lamps in this kitchen was the choice of the architect Vanessa Niczay to blend style with functionality. The halogen lamps on the bench and fluorescent in the center of the kitchen create a service illumination. The LED strips around the table and the dashboard add a touch of modernity to the ambience, as well as candle-type fluorescents in the colorful chandelier.
26. Scene Effect
The brigadeiria asked for a scenic and cozy lighting. For this, Luciana Moreno mixed different lamps. Within the crown molding, fluorescents are the general light solution for the very low right foot environment. Halogen lamps are punctual and highlight pieces of furniture and products. Finally, incandescent on the washer have decorative effect, to make the space more cozy.
27. Dramatic Light
The owners of this apartment wanted two types of lighting: one functional, for day-to-day tasks and another lower and dramatic, to receive friends. In the crown molding, two light options. A yellow fluorescent that generates more diffused and general illumination and a low light LED hose, perfect for drinking wine. In the ceiling, directional minidicróis value the objects and a halogen AR in the center of the room has a stronger focus, also of dramatic effect. Project by Carla Marques, telephone.
28. Each Lamp, A Function
In this room designed by the architect Roberta Bonet, the mix of lamps serves to create a warm and functional atmosphere at the same time. At the top of the bed, an LED hose provides a more scenic light for intimate moments. The ceiling with incandescent and the dichroics in spots create a general illumination for the resident to get ready. Finally, the LED luminaire is a directional light for reading times.
29. Spotlights In The Dining Room
A low chandelier with warm (yellow) light leaves your table in the center of attention. Here at top-medical-schools.org you can get more different models of wall and table lamps. You see, this is how the restaurants do. “Capriche in the choice of this piece! It’s the first thing that people look at in a room,” says the architect Thiago Manarelli . The trick to harmonize the decor is to use a chandelier that follows the table shape. And you know the old hint of raising the mood with a mirror on a wall? Put a dresser in front of it and direct a spotlight overhead. The room “grows”!
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