Before installing lights in an office, take into consideration size, desire look, and ceiling type.
Open Offices: These offices usually use a T-bar ceiling with many desks and walkways spread out over a large room. For these spaces, the best solutions are normally suspended or recessed lighting.
Linear profiles can be suspended over desks and adjusted to a suitable level between floor and ceiling. These will give the room an elegant and architectural look, while providing the area with professional and ergonomic illumination. A more subtle option is to use recessed downlights, which are installed to sit flush with the ceiling.
Private Offices: In smaller office spaces, suspended or surface mounted track lights are recommended. These provide great glare control and can be aimed in any direction, allowing the office to divide illumination so that a certain amount of light goes on desks while the rest is aimed at walkways. These come with wall dimming, giving employees the ability to adjust the intensity of light based on their preferences.