The living room is the centre of most modern houses and apartments in both a spatial sense and as a space for exchange and conviviality. It is crucial that people feel at home and can relax here. The living room often serves many functions, especially in reduced living spaces. It is a place for lounging and recreation, a hobby room, and a dining room. The living room lighting must fulfil different tasks. The light is homogeneous yet flexible when different luminaires are combined. Ceiling luminaires, for example, provide basic brightness, while spotlights on pictures or display cabinets set visual accents, lending the room visual excitement. Track luminaires with an indirect light component create a pleasant atmosphere; dimmable floor luminaires can be switched on or off as required.
The desired spatial effect in the living room is created by a tension between light and shade. Basic illumination with warm-white light crafts a cosy ambience, while accentuated spots or spotlights used selectively make a room interesting and tangible. In the case of luminaires with a Tunable White spectrum, the light colour and intensity are simply adjusted via a mobile device or are programmed as various light scenes. This allows you to vary the living room lighting in line with the time of day – to wake up more easily in the morning and fall asleep better in the evening.
SASSO adapts to custom designs and colour ideas. The product family includes a wide variety of shapes and colour versions ideal for any living room lighting. Choose between a round or square SASSO in different versions to best suit the room's design. The housing colours (white, black, and gold) harmonise visually with the interchangeable insets in silver, white, black, gold, or copper for a uniform, high-quality overall appearance.
A former grain silo in the Nordhavn district is being converted into new housing. Rough, industrial concrete and a restrained lighting concept craft an exciting modern ambience.