Technical and architectural lighting

Technical lighting is primarily in the function of creating a quality and pleasant working environment. The essential characteristics that such systems need to achieve are adequate lighting, high uniformity of illumination, low operating costs and high durability. These features are important whether we are talking about recessed downlight lamps, recessed or surface-mounted panels or linear systems. In recent years, the priority in the choice are LED light sources that have almost completely supplanted the use of fluorescent and metal-halogen light sources.

In architectural lighting, the emphasis is on either the lamp itself or its lighting effect becoming part of the building or space itself, and thus further highlighting or enhancing it. To meet this goal, lamps for this purpose must meet high lighting requirements, but also be of high quality and designed and manufactured so that their appearance upgrades the environment in which they are installed.