Hallway - contemporary medium tone wood floor hallway idea in Denver

Bridge lighting

Contemporary Hall, Denver

This home's bridge was illuminated from a lensed 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 Architecture and Land Group, Vail, Colorado Interiors: Robyn Scott Interiors Key Words: Bridge, Lighting, Bridge Lighting, Contemporary Lighting, mountain contemporary lighting, lighting design, professional lighting design, professional lighting designer lighting, lighting designer, wood ceiling lighting,light wash, light, modern, mountain contemporary, mountain contemporary, mountain contemporary, modern lighting, modern floor lighting, modern bridge lighting, contemporary bridge lighting, hallway lighting, contemporary hall lighting, contemporary hallway lighting, modern bridge, contemporary bridge, contemporary bridge lighting
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Eric Schwedt Stone & Masonry wrote:November 27, 2012
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
    7 years ago
    The architect was Tom Cole at Point's west architecture in the Vail Valley in Colorado. Tom could probably answer that one. He can be reached at tcole@pointswestvail.com
  • schiou
    6 years ago
    May I know how wide this walkway was?
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Sheridan Interiors, Kitchens and Baths added this to Universal Lighting Design Strategies for 4 Key Home AreasMarch 6, 2013

This bridge incorporates linear floor lighting. This is a good example of pathway lighting and visual cueing. This...

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