Please plan on joining MH and Mitch Johnson, from Inter-lux, for an overview of wall washing, wall grazing, and perimeter lighting solutions from Whitegoods.
Our perception of the ‘brightness’ of a space is primarily based on what we see at a glance as we scan around us. In architecture, this is often walls and vertical surfaces, so, how well the walls are illuminated at approximately eye level is the key factor in our determination of how well a space is illuminated. Within such a space, which surfaces and/or planes should be revealed in order to support the architectural concept?
What opportunities are there to bring light to this surface?
Where should the light come from?
What should the properties of that light be (how much, how focused, what spread of light, at what angle should it fall onto the surface…)?
Whitegoods provides tools for the designer to address these questions and answer them with light, while the luminaires make the absolute minimum visual impact on the space.
All attendees will receive a thank you gift following the meeting.