Bar LightingFREE DESIGN – SUPPLYING SYSTEMS TO THE TRADE:
Light levels and the correct lighting colour distribution are critical to achieving the best bar atmosphere. In most instances the lighting design should be divided into separate parts, decorative and task level areas for discrete, but functional lighting for your bar team.
There are increasingly more options when it comes to lighting bars, warm colourful lighting is often used in the decorative areas and LED is most definitely the way forward for just their benefits of no maintenance and potential savings in energy costs. We also recognise that there are areas that require task lighting, where levels should be high. E.g. Walkways and front bar areas for money exchange. Industrial Lighting is also proving very popular for bars to give it a classic speakeasy atmosphere.
Ceiling speakers are the most popular way of supplying background music for bar and restaurants. Foreground systems for bars are designed with the exact specification supplied by the client, often working closely with architects and designers to create a bespoke system for the venue.
GHS understand the significance of carbon emissions on climate change. It is our priority to help companies we work with to improve and maximise system performance whilst reducing their environmental impact and long term carbon footprint. We aim to achieve this through considerate design practices and following best practice guidelines from independent organisations such as the Carbon Trust as well as the use of low energy products such as LED and low energy fittings where possible.
Check our Bar Lighting case study the 360 Bar, which is next to the Burj Al Arab in Dubai.[/ig_text][/ig_column][/ig_row]