Good lighting in community and public applications can have a positive impact on our perception of safety, security, comfort and cleanliness.
In the interactive diagram below we have identified typical community and public lighting applications. We focus on the principles of good lighting and the 4Cs (cost of ownership, control, construction and carbon footprint).
Please move your cursor through the illustration to get more information about the the individual applications and recommended luminaires.
Core Lighting Requirements
All around the world communities are faced with the rapid increase in the urban population. Energy use and management has become a key sustainable development issue as we collectively aim to reduce our carbon footprint. The aim is energy efficient lighting that also provides safe, secure places to live and enjoy our leisure time in. The way community and public applications are illuminated has changed accordingly.
At Designplan, proven methods of ensuring weather and vandal resistance have embraced new technologies to increase performance and reduce energy use and operating costs. We believe there are 4Cs crucial for community and public lighting applications. They are:
- Cost of ownership
- Carbon footprint
Best Practice Lighting Guide
Our 24 page lighting guide identifies typical community and public applications, focusing on the principles of good lighting. We examine the benefits of robust construction and lighting controls to reduce your cost of ownership and carbon footprint. To download your copy click on the button below.
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