If you are the owner of the hotel, interior designer, architect you have a hotel construction and renovation project, the first thing you should do is define lighting taking into account that the rooms are spaces that allow guests to rest and relax in spaces that are characterized by the beauty of their decor. In addition to confirming the uniqueness of a hotel’s design, lighting plays an integral role in creating a peaceful and stylish environment.
Steps to take into account in the lighting of a hotel.
At the end of the article we show you how to do it
First the design, style and atmosphere that we want to offer the guest and the image of the hotel that we want to project for this, the lighting must be in accordance with the values and philosophy of the hotel, with the architectural structure of the spaces and the natural light playing with the optimal color combinations on the walls, structures and furniture that will give us an approximate idea of the number of luminaires that each space will need
Lightweight materials and matte finishes will maximize the benefits of natural light in areas illuminated by the sun’s rays, while light walls and highly reflective finishes will maximize the effectiveness of your lighting system.
For this there are several types of hotel lighting
decorative,indooras “plug & play” led rails, suspended or surface, led profiles. Outdoor luminaires such as projectors and LED spotlights should be adjusted for usability, that is, in:
- Ambient lighting: indoor areas of activity during the day and security and protection in outdoor areas.
- Lighting for functional use: bedside lamps, individual kitchen lights, spotlights for bathroom mirrors, wall lights.
- Aestheticlighting: indoor or outdoor areas, highlight the aesthetics of the structures.
In addition, these must be adapted to the philosophy of our brand and that we combine in an appropriate way, consistent with the architecture and interior design of hotel establishments, providing personalized lighting for interior and outdoor lighting.
The second step, the light output
We must take into account cost and energy efficiency, sincelighting represents between 15 and 45% of the energy consumption of smaller hotelsand restaurants. In regions where heating or cooling costs are not high, lightingcan represent a hotel’s most significant cost of electricity.
From LUXES we designsustainable lighting projects, using the latest technologies in light design and regulation, which allow the establishment to save costs and facilitate the maintenance of the facilities.