Designer office lights - so that working longer is fun!
Friday night. It's getting dark outside. Your colleagues are all on their way home. You stay longer in the office, after all you still have a lot to do and want to go to the weekend with a good feeling. And not only that, they're curious. They want to test the new lighting that was installed earlier this week. The lamps already looked good during the day. No wonder - after all, these are exclusive designer office luminaires from Stilbasis. But do they also spread pleasant light? You operate the switch. Wow, what a pleasant atmosphere. If you could only work at night all the time... In
our online shop you will find a large selection of pendant lamps, hanging lamps, pendant lamps and pendant lamps for every professional application. The choice of materials is also large. There are office lamps made of paper, desk lamps made of glass, lamps made of metal, gold- or silver-plated lamps, wooden lamps and now even concrete.
How do I ensure optimum office lighting?
The purpose of an office lamp is to immerse the work area in a pleasant light. However, no two offices are the same - and the lighting requirements vary accordingly. As a general rule, light should not dazzle under any circumstances and reflections on screens should be avoided. The lighting should have a strength of at least 500 lux. No matter what requirements your office has - at Stilbasis you will find the right designer office lamp.
Which lamps are best suited for office lamps?
The most important feature of an office luminaire from the employer's point of view: energy efficiency. Accordingly, LEDs are particularly suitable as illuminants for the office. Due to their space-saving properties, they not only enable particularly exclusive designs, but also have a comparatively long service life. And LED lamps are particularly easy to replace.
Thanks to LED technology, new luminaire shapes have been created. Wafer-thin wall luminaires or completely confused, intertwined workplace lamps are now just as possible as disc-shaped pendant luminaires.
Which designer office lamps are most popular?
The most popular lights in the category office lights are the Taj of Kartell, the technical lights of the Escape series of Karboxx, or the popular Otto Watt lights of Luceplan. But also newcomers, such as the Danish designer Tom Rossau, who produces beautiful wooden table lamps, are becoming more and more popular.
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Can poor lighting in the office cause damage to health?
So much for starters: from a medical point of view, there is nothing to suggest that poor lighting in the office leads to organic damage to the eyes. However, unfavourable lighting conditions sometimes cause existing visual problems to come to light.
What should be considered for office lighting with LEDs?
LED light sources still have the reputation that they produce cold and thus unpleasant light. However, this is only the case if the wrong model is used. The decisive factor for the light colour is the so-called CRI value. This, also known as the colour rendering index, expresses the quality of colour rendering on a scale from 1 to 100 - i.e. how well a lamp makes colours appear. This value should be as close as possible to 100, especially in the workplace
Which reflector should my office lamp have?
Two types of reflectors are used in office luminaires: BAP grid and ALU grid. While the latter provide wide-angle room lighting, BAP louvres are mainly used where PCs are being used.
Louvre luminaires, as the name itself suggests, have a so-called louvre louvre. Behind them are the lamps. Longitudinal lamellas serve above all for the stability of the grid. How the light spreads through the room depends on the transverse slats. With ALU louvres, the cross louvres, aluminium plates, are mounted at right angles to the light source. This ensures that the light is emitted to the room at a wide angle. This means that ALU louvres can be used above all to illuminate large areas. BAP reflectors produce a significantly lower beam angle and thus significantly less glare. The decisive factor for this are the transverse lamellas, which do not have a platelet shape but a v shape