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X-Rite Harmony Rooms sind kundenspezifisch eingerichtete Räume zur visuellen Beurteilung von Farbe und Oberfläche großer und montierter Produkte unter verschiedenen Lichtquellen, so wie der Kunde sie am ehesten sehen wird.


Ideal für individuelle Betrachtungsbedingungen in jeder Umgebung

Ein X-Rite Harmony Room ist ideal für alle Objekte, die nicht in eine Lichtkabine passen, wie z. B. Farbpaletten für Textilien, Einrichtungsgegenstände, Haushaltsgeräte, Fahrzeuge, und vieles mehr. Viele verschieden konfigurierte Leuchten können an Decke, Wänden sowie auf Rollwagen montiert werden, um Gegenstände jeder Größe und von mehreren Prüfern gleichzeitige visuell geprüft zu werden.


Simulieren Sie bis zu 7 verschiedene Lichtquellen mit SpectraLight QC-Leuchten

Die Harmony-Räume sind mit X-Rite SpectraLight QC-Leuchten ausgestattet, die bis zu 7 verschiedene Lichtquellen simulieren können, einschließlich des Industriestandards für gefiltertes Wolfram-Tageslicht (CIE D50 und D65), Glühlampen (CIE ‘A’), LED, UV und mehrere Leuchtstofflampenquellen. Im Gegensatz zu anderen auf dem Markt erhältlichen Farbräumen sind die X-Rite Harmony-Räume nicht ausschließlich auf Leuchtstofflampen angewiesen, sondern bieten eine optimale Tageslichtsimulation für hervorragende visuelle Bewertungsergebnisse.


Kompatibel mit SpectraLight QC-Lichtkabinen

Markeninhaber und Hersteller können von der Verwendung der X-Rite SpectraLight QC-Lichtkabine in Verbindung mit ihrem Harmony Room profitieren, um eine konsistente Farbbewertung über den gesamten Herstellungsprozess hinweg zu erreichen. Durch die Platzierung der SpectraLight QC-Lichtkabine in Bereichen, in denen kleinere Komponenten bewertet werden, können Überraschungen bei der Montage des Endprodukts vermieden werden.

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Kalibrierung Daylight D50/D65, UVA
Kommunikationsschnittstelle Touchscreen
Abmessungen (Länge, Breite, Höhe) 37 in x 26 in x 10 in / 94 cm x 66 cm x 25 cm
Luftfeuchtigkeit Rh 0 to 95% max (non-condensing) 
Lichtarten Options: D50, D65, F2/CWF, CIE A, F12/U30, U35, F11/TL84 , LED 4000K, LED 5000K, UVA 
Industriestandards ISO, ASTM, DIN, ANSI and BSI visual assessment requirements
Gerätedisplay Monochromatic LCD
Integrierter Temperatur- und Feuchtigkeitssensor Yes
Lebensdauer der Lampe 400-2000hrs
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Unterstützte Sprachen English / Chinese
Lichtstärke-Sensor N/A
Lichtquelle D50 or D65, two of TL84 / U30 / U35, CWF / LED 4000K / LED 5000K, UVA, 2300K, Incandescent A
Material Steel
Betriebstemperatur 32°F to 95°F / 0°C to 35°C
Korrektur von optischen Aufhellern Yes
Service-Anzeige Yes
Bruttogewicht 117 lbs / 53 kg
Lagerungstemperatur -40°F to 158°F / -40°C to 70°C
Lichtquellen 7
Gerätefarbe Two-tone gray
Betrachtungsbereich (Länge, Breite, Höhe) Customized
Spannung 100, 115, 127, 230V
Warmlaufzeit 3min (flourescent)
Garantie 1-2 year
Wattleistung 1150W Max.
Gewicht 89.3 lbs / 40.5 kg



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Colored rooms for a cozy home

A small lawn behind the house is a great place to relax in good weather.
You can access it directly
from the living area through the glass door
Vertical decorative inserts in ocher color allow you to visually increase the height of the building. A different width of the stripes distracts from the symmetry of the location of the window
openings,
helping to avoid monotony
Against the background of a dark gray wall, modern furniture looks spectacular
linen upholstered
Modern, poignant
to minimalism, the living room furnishings are successfully complemented by elements of ethnic style, which
gives the room a special touch. Important role
rich red color plays in the interior, creating a feeling of oriental splendor with a very small set of decorative details
An expressive ceiling lamp that adorns the interior of the kitchen allows you to complement the atmosphere with a play of light and shadow in the evening. All appliances are hidden behind the white lacquered fronts of the kitchen front.
Two ceiling chandeliers on long suspensions are used as original bedside lamps. Openwork play of light reflections
from glass lampshades enlivens
smooth wall surface
Wicker laundry baskets located in the bathroom on the second floor are an inexpensive and effective accessory that reminds of a country house
A round rug on the floor in the office allows you to soften
strict rectangular shapes of the room.
They serve the same purpose
and a round coffee table
and a big wall clock
Successfully found
detail – watercolor marine
scenery
above the table: the picture plays the role of an imaginary window, visually pushing the boundaries of the room
The compact sauna is finished with a red board
cedar with an expressive texture of woody
fibers of a spectacular reddish hue

Comfortable and cozy accommodation
doesn’t have to be
expensive. It’s convincing
the authors of the project prove
duplex townhouse,
which will be discussed.
The basis for the success of this project is
use of economical
modern building
technologies combined
with a bright, interesting design

This compact modern townhouse is the development of a team of architects and designers from Finland. It was created taking into account the needs of a young family leading an active lifestyle, involving frequent travels and trips, and wishing to acquire comfortable urban housing without large financial costs, which at the same time would give the feeling of a secluded country house.

Two faces of one house

In the version proposed by the authors of the project, the building has laconic geometric outlines, corresponding to the style of modern urban architecture. The character of the city house is also emphasized by the decoration of the facade facing the street, made of dark brown facing bricks with decorative ocher-coloured vertical inserts. At the same time, the walls of the facade from the side of the courtyard are smoothly plastered and painted white, which is more in line with the style of country architecture. This feeling is enhanced by the wooden trim in the enclosure of a small covered terrace adjoining the building from the courtyard side. Thus, the house, on the one hand, is officially front, and on the other, it is cozy and homely.

Reducing the cost…

As for the design features of the building, it should be noted that in its construction, economical technologies were used to reduce the cost of construction and at the same time ensure its high performance. The foundation of the house is a monolithic reinforced concrete foundation of a tape type. For the construction of load-bearing walls, practical aerated concrete blocks were used, and the interfloor ceilings were made of hollow reinforced concrete slabs. Mineral wool (200mm) was used for external wall insulation. The geometry of the building is emphasized by a shed roof with wooden rafters, covered with galvanized iron and also insulated with mineral wool (300mm).

Since the building is located within the city, it is connected to central communications (electricity and water supply, sewerage and heating). To heat the premises, water heating radiators are used in combination with a system of warm water floors (in the bathrooms). In addition, the supply and exhaust ventilation system with heat recovery helps to keep warm (warm air exhausted from the premises is used to heat the fresh air supplied from the street), as a result of which a comfortable atmosphere is always maintained inside the house.

Everything according to plan

Designed for a small family, the layout of the apartment, which occupies half of the townhouse, is quite traditional. The first floor is a public area with a spacious living room and kitchen. In addition, there is a relaxation area with a sauna, which is adjacent to a bathroom with a shower. On the second floor there is a private area with the master bedroom, which has a spacious dressing room, and next to the bedroom there is a bathroom with a shower. On the opposite (relative to the bedroom) part of the floor there are two workrooms (since the couple leads an active, business lifestyle, it was one of the important tasks for the authors of the project to equip work areas with comfort for each of the spouses).

As for utility rooms (storerooms, etc.), a separate small building was erected for them next to the house, adjacent to the garage shed, thanks to which it is possible to save useful space inside the house itself.

Warm welcome in red tones

The interiors of the house are decorated in a democratic modern style with elements of fusion, which provides great freedom in terms of decoration. Using a minimal set of tools, among which color was one of the leading ones, the designers were able to create an interesting space with its own character in each of the rooms.

Each room has its own color dominant. For example, saturated red is the soloist in the living room. This is the color of a large carpet with oriental motifs in the ornament, which stands out as a bright spot on the light background of the parquet board (Upofloor), as well as the tone of the pillows scattered on the soft comfortable sofa with light linen upholstery. Such a color accent gives a strong energy charge to the atmosphere, creates an upbeat mood. It is important that most of the walls of the room are painted in a light gray shade, which, on the one hand, allows the solo red to appear brighter, and on the other hand, creates a calm, harmonious environment conducive to relaxation.

Ethnic motifs in the pattern of the carpet are supported by elements of the living room furnishings with Moroccan-style ornaments on a small chest-stand and the shape of handmade decorative ceramic vessels. Wooden lattice shutters placed on a blank wall look spectacular: such an original technique allows you to give a small room a more open character, despite the fact that the window behind the wooden lattice is just a snag.

The kitchen, located next to the living room, is finished in classic white. Her furniture with laconic facades practically dissolves against the background of a snow-white wall and does not attract too much attention. The atmosphere is complemented by a massive wooden table (an element of rural life). It is designed not only for family tea drinking, but also for a friendly feast.

A noble union of shades

For the master bedroom on the second floor, an elegant color of eggplant was chosen as the dominant color; it is painted on the wall, to which the head of the wooden bed adjoins. The color of the rest of the walls is a few shades lighter and has a muted lavender hue. Such a design move allows, with the intensity of the color accent, to maintain a sense of the volume of the room. The same purpose (a visual increase in volume) is served by the white color of the ceiling, as well as milky white curtains on the windows.

Since the bedroom is small, the large bed takes up almost the entire space. Therefore, special attention is paid to the textile decoration of this significant element of the situation. The bedspread on the bed is made of light gray fabric with a floral pattern, which gives the interior a cozy mood. Decorative pillows of lilac-violet shades complement the decoration of the bed. Next to the bed there are light wooden cabinets of laconic square shape. They are quite functional and at the same time do not clutter up the room.

ground floor plan

ground floor plan
1. Entrance hall 3.5m 2
2. Living room 19m 2
3. Kitchen 9.8m 2
4. Sauna 2.6m 2
5 WC 4.4m 2

second floor explication

Second floor plan
1. Bathroom 3.7m 2
2. Dressing room 3m 2
3. Bedroom 10.6m 2
4. Hall 4m 2
5. Study 8.4m 2
6. Study 8.4m 9 0047 2

Colors for work
and inspiration

The colors have been found for the offices of each of the spouses. Light gray-beige shades are chosen for the “male” office. Its furnishings consist of a spacious bookcase with a built-in bureau, a small round table on which to place a laptop, and a comfortable leather armchair with an attached pouffe. The classical form of the furniture and the discreet color scheme are conducive to thoughtful work.

The interior of the wife’s office is more dynamic. Here, the mood is set by rich turquoise, the wall is painted in it, near which the desktop stands. This color is balanced by the taupe that can be seen on the rest of the walls. The furniture of the working area (swivel chair and desk) is made in a modern constructive style of wood, painted in white. The expressive massive wooden legs of the writing table are effectively contrasted by the transparent tempered glass tabletop, which gives the atmosphere lightness and elegance, corresponding to the female character. Complementing the decor is a spacious wooden chest of drawers, which can be used to store documents and as an impromptu workplace.

technical data
total area of ​​the house 81.5m 2

structures
BUILDING TYPE: small-block
FOUNDATION: monolithic reinforced concrete tape type, horizontal waterproofing – waterproofing membrane 9004 9 WALLS: aerated concrete blocks, insulation – mineral wool (200mm), exterior finish – plaster, facing brick
FLOORS: reinforced concrete slabs
ROOF: pitched, truss structure, wooden rafters, film vapor barrier, insulation – mineral wool (300mm), waterproofing – waterproofing membrane,
roofing – galvanized iron
WINDOWS: wood-aluminum with three-chamber
double-glazed windows Eskopuu

life support systems
WATER SUPPLY: centralized
ELECTRIC SUPPLY: municipal network
HEATING: water heating radiators, warm water floors
SEWERATION: centralized
VENTILATION I: supply and exhaust with heat recovery

additional systems
SAUNA: electric heater , finish – red cedar

interior finish
WALLS: Flamant paint
FLOORS: Upofloor parquet
CEILINGS: plasterboard
DOORS: Jeld-Wen
FURNITURE: Boknas, Cane-Line

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Agate rooms. View from the Hanging Garden

Luigi Premazzi. View of part of the Cameron Gallery and the Agate Rooms, 1859

Great Hall of the Agate Rooms

Fragment of decoration of the Great Hall of the Agate Rooms

Agate Cabinet

Luigi Premazzi. Jasper Cabinet of the Agate Rooms, 1859

Jasper office. Parquet

Plan of the Agate Rooms

C. Cameron attached particular importance to the decoration of the ceremonial rooms on the second floor of the Cold Bath: the interiors of the Agate Rooms are decorated with marble, paintings, gilded bronze, inlaid parquet, colored Ural and Altai jasper, which Russian craftsmen of the 18th century processed with exceptional skill.

Deposits of hard colored stones were discovered in the Urals already in the 16th century, but at that time they did not yet know how to process them. Great interest in the use of “colored stones” in the decoration of palace interiors was shown by Emperor Peter I, who laid the foundation for the development of stone-cutting in Russia. By his decree, in 1725, in the suburbs of St. Petersburg – Peterhof – the first cutting factory in Russia was opened, where they began to make products from colored stones and train masters of stone-cutting art.

In the middle of the 18th century, a passion for mineralogy spread among the Russian aristocracy. In 1765, by decree of Empress Catherine II, an expedition led by J. Dannenberg set off for the Urals, discovering new deposits of jasper, agate, carnelian and other minerals. By the beginning of the 1780s, Russian cutting factories had developed a technology for producing products from hard gems, and the long-held dream of decorating palace halls with natural colored stone became feasible.

Cameron built the Cold Bath in 1780-1781 and started finishing work in 1782.

In the spring of 1783, he received an order from Catherine II to change the plan for finishing two rooms on the second floor of the Cold Bath and prepare a project for their jasper decoration. In accordance with the new project, the walls of the offices were cut off nine centimeters and covered with limestone slabs lined with jasper using the “Russian mosaic” technique. Of particular difficulty was the final work – grinding and polishing of colored stone, designed to reveal the brightness of colors and richness of tones. The polishers needed to bring about two hundred square meters of walls, platbands and cornices to a glassy sheen. This work was done by hand by Russian craftsmen.

Since Urazov jasper, which was widely used in decoration, was called “meat agate”, the name “Agate Rooms” eventually stuck to the entire pavilion, although the lower floor continued to be called the Cold Bath.