Lighting for commercial projects depend largely on the utility and purpose of the space. No doubt, commercial lighting requirements of a retail space are vastly different from an office space or an artisan bakery. And the aesthetic and functional diversity of lighting can go a long way in catering to these distinctions. Since lighting is required for extended periods in these spaces, energy saving commercial LED lighting options are easily the go-to solution.
Customer experience is key in retail stores and restaurants. As lighting dictates both atmosphere and functionality, it can influence customer behaviour. A well-lit retail store that enhances displays and represent colour accurately will contribute to a positive shopping experience. Similarly, a restaurant with an inviting ambience will encourage diners to linger longer and keep reaching for the menu. While lighting is key to functionality in an office space, optimum levels can encourage productivity and convey an impression of professionalism. Moreover, the needs of an office space differ across workspaces, reception areas, meeting rooms and lunchrooms requiring varying levels of task, accent and overhead lighting.
Track lighting and spotlights are ideal choices, favoured for their adjustability and size selection. Linear lights installed as hanging lights or mounted flush produce a more seamless and elegant profile as well as commercial external wall lights. They are suited to preserve a building’s architectural appeal while offering a wider coverage of lighting. Another popular lighting choice is high bay lighting, ideal for high ceiling spaces such as warehouses, factories and industrial settings that require powerful illumination.
Lighting is also an effective way to convey identity and interior themes. The multitude of styles and materials in commercial decorative lighting makes the task of selecting fixtures an essential part of interior styling. This extends to the façade of the premises where commercial external wall lights can make first impressions of a brand and turn a nondescript building into an eye-catching landmark.
While these are just a few among a wide range of applications, the diversity in styles and technology means lighting can be customised to your needs. Browse our collection to devise a lighting plan for your next commercial project.