The solution in terms of space
The ceiling light is interesting for its adaptability in contexts where not much space is required. It is an excellent solution for smaller rooms or those with an unfavourable height where a pendant lamp would be too bulky.
Not only dedicated to solving space problems, the ceiling light can be used in combination with other lighting solutions:
To embellish and make welcoming main rooms such as a hotel lobby. It can be used in secondary space such as corridors between rooms or used in conference and/or function rooms.
A correct light distribution helps to enhance the whole environment... and for each specific solution, depending on the needs, the light can be diffused in a different way.
Directly it will be homogeneous and uniform. Indirectly it will be more vertical and technical. With a grazing diffusion, i.e. directed towards the ceiling, it will use the ceiling as a diffuser.
Ceiling lights do not necessarily have to be intended as interior furnishings, they are also used in outdoor lighting for illuminating a covered terrace, an outdoor veranda or an outdoor under staircase.
Ceiling lights are unique pieces of design made of refined materials, they decorate the ceiling enriching it with their multiple styles, shapes and sizes. They contribute to creating an elegant, harmonious and modern ambience.
It is possible to design the ceiling light in different materials, depending on the needs. They can be made of metal, glass, polycarbonate, ceramic, plaster, glass and fabric...
Plaster ceiling lights can become one with the ceiling, creating small sculptures, while glass and polycarbonate solutions diffuse the light better in all directions. Ceiling lights made of metal or steel are minimal and impactful, becoming a furnishing solution for an elegant room.
Also to be considered are the many finishes to match the materials, such as chrome-plating, satin-finishing, sandblasting, matt and brushed finishes.
The lampshade, as in every lighting accessory, is a solution that can be adapted to any furnishing style, thanks to its total customisation.
Lampshades can be made in a variety of materials: fine fabrics, fireproof fabrics or fabrics suitable for outdoor use. They can also be made in plastics, metal, brass, carbon fibre, aluminium and natural materials such as plant fibres, cocoon and raffia.