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linear in-floor light strip to keep the ceiling clean. From the exterior, warm glows reflect off the wood ceiling from an invisible source. When crossing the bridge the singular linear source creates an unexpected connection between the master wing and the main house. Architect:Tom Cole of Points West
Eljin Construction of NY, Inc. - Murray Hill Townhouse
Those lights are the "Phenix - C2R Series" by Exterieur Vert. More information can be found at www.exterieurvert.com.
Interesting floor lighting . ? Good for low vision
grid to protect area yet let airflow and light pass through
Loved the breakup of the corridor. Gives an idea of converting a normal corridor by placing lights behind a screen to create the illusion of natural light
Interesting use of recessed lighting directly in the floor. Wonder about the functionality but creates a unique look.
recessed floor lighting making pathway - and up staircase
The lights of the pathway in the hall.
first floor to the roof terrace. In another interesting play with volume, the custom-milled walnut wall on the right is composed of pocket doors, which open to transform the long narrow hallway into a space that’s open to the media room.
Zone 4 Architects, LLC
are the lights in the floor what manufacturer
Love the lighting on the floor.
Like the flooring, lights in the floor.
spotlights in the floor on the rock
So neat. Love the lights in the floor to light the stone.
Love this floor with the lighting :)
Floor lights, ceiling w up lighting.
floor lights and box candle light
Seattle Custom Home Builder & Remodeler
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Ventana Construction is a full-service professional remodeler and custom home builder. We build custom homes from the ground up as well as large-scale remodels and additions.
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Villa AN2 Pecard Architecte
Pebble infill on side of deck. Love the repeated columns with deck lights.
Bonus points....floor recessed lights in a hallway! They light up the walls as tho they were art!
gallery lighting, pattern, functional space for art display leading into a bigger gallery
beautiful corridor… floor and ceiling lighting
The upright posts and straight walkway with the lighting all the way down makes the space feeling stable.
What kind of step lights are those
I love the look of those lights, what brand/style are they?
Lighting in the floor and the floor
Embed lights in the staircase like this going downstairs
wood color & light on riser
Add maybe 4 lights down the stairs when we redo them? As nights lights
lighting within the staircase
led light next to step
dark floors - light walls
Stair lighting idea?
step light and sliding door
The light in the step
light on step up stair
Stair lighting of some sort
Lighting on the steps
bamboo floor by Terragreen
stair light?...Light on step...Step light...Stair lighting....Lights in stairs...light in step...Light on stairs...Floor light...Steps light...Flooring and walls...Lighting in step...Lighted step...Flooring n light...Hardwood floors...Floor walls...floor light...iling lighting...dark floor...recessed lighting...ceiling lighting
Looking for similar lights. Where are these sourced? UL listed?
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Hallway Lighting up into bedrooms / Sky Tunnel? / Floor Level Lighting
Wood floors, long stretch of hallway. Floor lights.
Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, calculate the square
control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for the fixture) as well.
uplights in hallways - good for kids to get to the bathroom like airplane floor lighting?
Love the low lights, would look great with wall to ceiling tiles
how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, calculate the square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total by 1.5 to get the total wattage required. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to check the lamp’s incandesc
Frank Shirley Architects
Hearthstone Farm - Back Hall
wide plank floor, light yellow w/wainscot
Door knob. Floor. Walls
plank floors with knots
Light fixtures down the hall
Lots of windows for light
Lights on side of doors
Lantern lights and windows
softening the light. Full, gathered café curtains on the windows add a pleasing note of softness.
Light fixtures....Floor and light...wide plank floors...too light...light fixtures...curtains and lights...like the flooring...Light n color...colour of floor...pine floors...Light cafe curtaons...Light bright...Colors lights...Love the light...hall light...Lighting fixture...Hall lighting...plank flooring...wood floor...lovely lights ?
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
Thnks for the question but I didn't select the lights.
combination of light and dark color.The Painting behind the console make the corridor fantastic.
a light warm gray stain that might look warm and rich without being too dark.
Lighting. Maybe just one for the entryway?
bell jar lanterns - formations lighting
white walls dark trim tile floor
Like the light ceiling, no trim with the dark floor and casings.
neat (maybe for sitting area on bdrm floor)
Medieval lighting. The bell jar lantern has a design firmly rooted in medieval lighting styles. Evidence of metal used to make the lamps has been documented from the Dark Ages through the Renaissance. As glass became more accessible over time, lamps became more popular. Leonardo da Vinci was the first to