Your conference room is one of the most important places in the office. This is the space that will be used to host meetings, sometimes with external agencies and outside professionals, and you might even use it for clients too. But whether you use your conference room once a week, once a month or every day, the lighting will be essential for it’s effectiveness. So what are the lighting considerations for conference rooms? And how important is it to get this right? Well, here at Walker Electrical, we are Preston’s leading electrical experts. From commercial and residential properties, to industrial premises and warehouses, we have the skills and the knowledge to tackle any electrical requirement. Including lighting for your conference room. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about conference room lighting.
Lighting considerations for conference rooms
So, what are the important things to consider when it comes to conference room lighting? Well, there are several, including:
- Effective background lighting- The lighting in your conference room needs to be suitable for the tasks carried out. Your audience will most likely need to be able to see a screen or projection, as well as read paperwork. This means that effective background lighting is necessary, and this will need to take into consideration any natural light available too. Ceiling lights, and specific down-lights can be a good option, as long as the room has effective lighting control too.
- Uplighting- if you want your conference room to have some visual interest, and something that can create variation, why not consider uplighting? This is a good way to illuminate walls and even colour wash your conference room, and changes in this light can be used as social cues for your colleagues too.
- Motion sensitive- motion activated lighting can be a good fit, as this means you wont be paying to the light the space, when the conference room is not in use.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the team today, here at Walker Electrical.