The photometric quantity, that determines the amount of energy emitted by a light source.
The correct level of illuminance is the quantity of light emitted in an environment.
It is identified with the relationship between the light intensity emitted by a source in the direction of the observer and the apparent area of the emitting surface.
A particular aluminium reflector that guarantees maximum light quality and minimizes all losses.
A specific satinated glass with a special finish, that allows the light to be spread evenly.
A recuperator that allows the light rays partially reflected by the glass to be reflected back to the outside, further improving performance.
Inadequate lighting can alter human circadian rhythms, modify the photosynthesis of plants and change the balance of fauna.
Inadequate artificial lighting emits light upwards, consequently creating astronomical damage, preventing you from seeing the night sky correctly.