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Corridor lighting

According to lighting norms, movement zones do not have greater lighting requirements than main spaces. Light should decrease in corridors by about 150-200 lux. Corridors are usually equipped with a ceiling point or linear lighting. In elongated areas, recessed lighting is installed at the foot of the wall, or above mounted on the wall surfaces. In transition zones, use light switches or motion sensors to facilitate to switching the lights on and off.

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Read more:   The first button we press when we unlock the door to our home is not the kettle, but the light switch in the corridor or hall. The lighting of the corridor could rightly be called “my home” lighting, because it is really the first thought that comes to mind when you turn on the light and cross the threshold. It is only when your eyes and heart realise that you're finally home that you take off your shoes and look for a place to hang your coat in the closet. It's wonderful if a small LED profile secretly appears here too, in the corridor closet – after all, the right lamps in the right places can free you from a lot of inconveniences.   The ceiling lighting in a corridor is usually not too intense – an illuminance of 150-200 lux is just fine. For spot lighting in the corridor, LED ceiling lights and recessed LED panels are perfect choices, as is linear lighting.   If you care about creating a more exclusive home interior, the corridor should definitely not be an exception. With recessed interior lighting, you can play with the light along the bottom of the wall in elongated areas. Surface-mounted luminaires for corridor walls are also a perfect tool for light experiments.   The wonders of lighting in the home begin with the installation of light motion sensors in transitional areas. This makes turning the lights on and off a cinch, and it is truly a convenient form of corridor lighting, especially when it's dark outside. However, if you have an insomniac cat wandering around your home, it may be better to stick with hand-touch lighting.