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The concept of light in architecture is critical.  As we only see reflected light, the importance of a seamless integration into architecture is paramount.  Every space or area has different views.  Just like a photograph there is a frame, foreground, area of focus and a background.  It’s the lighting designers role to properly assemble these elements to reveal architecture, define space and respond to human needs.  By analyzing surfaces for texture, reflection and response to light, the visual nature of a space is enhanced through qualitative design producing a more interesting result and reducing the need for over lighting that is so often used to compensate for poor technique. 


Filling a space with light is relatively simple, delivering an environment that satisfies human emotional well being is not. 


Each project presents its own set of challenges and every client has a specific identity.  It is only with an expert designer who has exceptional creative depth does one achieve a unique and creative lighting design that performs in both form and function. 


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ARCHITAINMENT


New trends in architectural lighting have changed perceptions and taken on an entirely new dimension.  One of these trends is called Architainment.  It is the artistic convergence of architectural and entertainment lighting design.  The possibilities and added value of a more refined and dynamic use of light in and around buildings creates an

  1. aesthetically pleasing

  2. versatile

  3. exciting experience. 


Architectural lighting installations are getting more visually dynamic as they borrow these techniques and technologies from the entertainment world.  This new methodology allows us to achieve a level of impact and aesthetic value necessary to bring architecture to its fullest realization. 


Proper design will create a higher degree of public perception and return the investment sooner.

Bridging the Art & Science of Lighting Design