Finally we have Function lighting
This does exactly what it says. It lights areas where work is done. It gives a certain light level as required for pathways, movement patterns and specific job functions such as reading, sewing etc. In some cases a specific temperature or rendition of light is required for colour matching or enhancing a sales area. Traditionally the most used functional light source has been fluorescent but more recently other low energy options are being used.
Try to avoid putting functional spotlighting in such a way that the beams of light cross through sight lines. Where necessary ensure your low voltage systems are dimmable.
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