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Have you ever used a hammer to tap something into place? You use just the right amount of force to get the job done. Many people overlook this principle when installing lighting. While an underlit area is certainly undesirable, overdoing it is also undesirable.
The typical commercial office space is lit by overhead fluorescent fixtures installed in a set pattern. But if you walk around the typical office setting, you will see lighting deficiencies. Not just too little light, but also too much. For example:
These problems occur due to a conflict between office layout and lighting fixture layout. These layouts aren’t very flexible. Trying to line up cubicles to take the best advantage of overhead grid lighting or trying to adjust the grid to accommodate the cubicles is just about impossible.
Some possible solutions:
Source: Mark Lamendola | Mindconnection