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In architecture, an atrium (plural atria) is a large open space, often several stories high and having a glazed roof and/or large windows, often situated within a home or building and usually located immediately beyond the main entrance doors. Atria are popular with designers because they give their buildings a feeling of space and light. What requires skill is the lighting of these spaces at night... These lights should do the job fairly well.
Atria lighting can be a problem in commercial and domestic settings. In commercial buildings lights are often used for much of the day and may never be switched off at night. This has a major impact on lamp replacement because of the increased hours. Replacing lamps in commercial building can mean bringing in costly and disruptive access equipment and as a result a fitting may be used that can be re-lamped from above the atrium. This works if crawl space is available, if there is no void or crawlspace then lighting with long life lamps should be used together with a provision to make re-lamping easier.