The home is a world of family relationships, surrounded by objects and furniture revealing the taste of the people who live there. At the same time, the home is a place for socialising, where we meet with friends, somewhere where we can indulge in our hobbies, maybe gardening. All of this must be considered in a project for residential lighting.

The various indoor and outdoor areas that make up a home need residential lighting that adopts specific solutions not just through traditional lamps but also using more technical products, able to create lighting that adapts the spaces to the conditions in which they are used. The living room may serve for reading a book, but also for organising a party with friends.

Indoors, indoor recessed luminaires, indoor ceiling-mounted luminaires, indoor pendant luminaires are used. When the ceilings do not allow installation and people decide to put luminaires on the walls, indoor wall-mounted luminaires and wall-recessed luminaires can be used. Standard lamps with indirect light have optics designed to direct the light flow onto the ceiling, giving light that is evenly diffused around the room.

For residential lighting for gardens, the luminaires used are the same as those for public areas, such as outdoor floodlights and pathway luminaires. Installation of ground- and floor-recessed luminaires is designed to create guide lights which highlight the paths in outdoor garden and building areas, as well as making the most of greenery by reducing the size of the luminaires, whose technical components disappear under the surface, with just the light coming out.