Lighting control in themed venues is vital to ensure appropriate environmental aesthetics and functional illumination. Themed venues such as restaurants, bar and clubs, can be used for a range of purposes which can vary extensively throughout the course of a day. Lighting levels during preparation and cleaning phases need to be appropriate so that tasks can be carried out in a safe and efficient manner.
During times of patronage, adjustments to lighting levels are necessary to provide the appropriate architectural appearance for the atmosphere desired. Dining areas will frequently require a range of settings when used for functions to align with event proceedings such as seating, serving, dining, presentation and departure. Discerning clients may often request alternate settings to create a unique environment.
Lighting in podium or stage areas will also require a range of settings for different uses, such as live performances and presentations. For certain events or functions it may also be necessary for the lighting to operate in unison with temporary entertainment of theatrical lighting systems. Provision should also be included to link the security system ensuring all lighting is turned off when the system is armed, so that energy is conserved outside of operating hours.
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