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The following problems should be paid attention to in the design of pedestrian courtyard lamp

Update:29 Jun 2019
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Walkway and courtyard lamp are actually the combination […]

Walkway and courtyard lamp are actually the combination of two kinds of lamp. The courtyard lamp pays attention to landscape and the street lamp pays attention to function. The two can form their own system separately, but after consideration, they are still integrated into one, which can be summed up as the footpath courtyard lamp.
The following problems should be paid attention to in the design of the pedestrian courtyard lamp:
1. Walkway courtyard lamp mostly exists in the form of diffuse light. Diffuse light and direct light, unlike diffuse light, do not produce too many shadows, making the color become brighter and darker when they appear softer. However, one of the important problems to be solved for diffuse light-type walkway courtyard lamps is that the surface temperature of the luminous body is too high. As far as the popular footpath courtyard lamp is concerned, few products can solve this problem.
2. The calculation of elevation and shoulder distance. The calculation of elevation and shoulder distance can achieve a good balance between the function and landscape function. For example, if the elevation design takes into account the corresponding landscape design, it can better reflect the role of the landscape and meet people's needs in function.
Low Lighting (Point Lawn Lamp)
The first thing we need to pay attention to is the innovation of design concept, and the second is the humanization and diversity of function. I saw a low-position lamp in Japan. This lamp not only plays the role of lighting and beautifying, but also plays a warning role. It tells passers-by that the front bend is large and there are many people in and out. Drivers and pedestrians should be careful. In order to achieve the unity of multi-function and landscape lighting, low-level lamps need to introduce the idea of composite design, and achieve the coordination of functional lighting and landscape lighting as far as possible.

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