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indirect lighting

noun
1.
reflected or diffused light, used especially in interiors to avoid glare or shadows.
Origin
1920-1925
1920-25
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Examples from the web for indirect lighting
  • Kitchen has indirect lighting and upper end engineered flooring.
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  • The design is sensuous with gorgeous indirect lighting and luxurious white linens.
  • The main recommendation is to replace the recessed fluorescent lighting system in the general office area with indirect lighting.
  • Traditional ceiling domes and elegant close-to-ceiling fixtures, provide general, indirect lighting from a central location.
  • The building is oriented to maximize sunlight along with individually controlled direct and indirect lighting.
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  • The use of natural materials and indirect lighting shall be encouraged.
  • In structures with ornamental or inaccessible ceilings, indirect lighting offers many possibilities.
  • Dave suggested indirect lighting because there are residential properties on either side.
British Dictionary definitions for indirect lighting

indirect lighting

noun
1.
reflected or diffused light from a concealed source
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