Behavioral health facilities depend on lighting to provide a safe and secure environment while maintaining a residential atmosphere for the patient. Nearly gone are the unfortunate decades-old perceptions of behavioral health facilities as cold, prison-like institutions with concrete walls, bars on windows, and the ever-present buzzing of flickering fluorescent panel lights. Modern behavioral health facilities are warm and inviting, the anti-septic clinical feel replaced by a more human-centric atmosphere complete with architectural quality designs.
Form meets function with the all-new line of architectural cylinders from Williams. Create an elegant ambiance in every environment with direct or direct/indirect, and round or square styles.
A Canadian cold-climate tomato grower has opted for a combination of LED and less efficient high-pressure sodium (HPS) lighting in the greenhouse in order to ensure enough heat — emitted by the HPS — although the farm's strawberry patch will be LED only.
Luminis, an established innovator and manufacturer of specification grade, interior and exterior lighting solutions for commercial, institutional, retail, recreational, and urban environments, recently released its Scena family of exterior luminaires. The elegant surface mount fixtures and bollards are designed to withstand the rigors of urban exteriors and public spaces. Learn more here.