Residential spaces, indoor

Good lighting at home improves the quality of life and has a positive impact on well-being, enjoyment and alertness. Good lighting at home is created when each room has a sufficient amount of light using luminaires and suitable bulbs and dimmers fit for the room’s individual purpose. It is worth focusing on the quality and careful planning of light, particularly when you are building or renovating. Hiring a professional lighting designer will often pay itself back.

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Indoor lighting for a Passive stone house

For the passive stone house, the starting point has been authentic, natural materials and soft shades, that are freshened up with white. Effort was put into designing the illumination well in time in cooperation with an interior designer and an architecht. 

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Led solutions for a stone house

Functional luminaires and light sources were selected as lights to suit the modern interior of a new stone house. Universal lighting for the lounge was done with Slim downlights, but they were connected so that the lighting can be directed in several different groups.

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Airam lamps

Airam’s selection of LED lamps has a suitable bulb for every application and type of luminaire. LED general lamps, LED decorative lamps, LED special lamps, halogen lamps, fluorescent lamps, plug-in tubes, metal halide lamps.

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Luminaires 2019

Design flexibility in the lighting of your home. Good lighting is generated when sufficient light is provided for each room with suitable luminaires, lamps and dimmers. The Indoor Lighting 2018 brochure has a comprehensive range of general and spot lighting for home interiors.

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Colour rendering and the colour of light

The colour of light not only affects the way decorative colours, textiles and objects look, but they also have an impact on our energy and performance levels. Lamps also differ in their colour rendering abilities. Choosing the right shades of colour for your home is a matter of taste and there are no absolutely right or wrong answers.

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