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Architectural lighting design

Health and human-centric lighting

Be ahead, anticipate and set trends- things that motivate us to fruitful work.

Our goal- produce lighting projects that don`t lose relevance over time and do not depend on changing trends. Safety, comfort, and health- our guiding principles in direction to develop the Human-centric lighting area.

Design stages

  • Concept development
  • 3D modeling
  • Visualization
  • Selection of equipment
  • Development of drawings (assembly diagrams)
  • Author’s or technical supervision of the installation

Features of architectural lighting design

The façade lighting usually is about urban architecture with high building density. That`s why we analyze the impact of facade lighting on the environment first of all, for harmony with external (street) light and interaction with the internal space of our object: glare on windows, light pollution.
The architectural project performs using 3d models of the building. We plan lighting fixture locations, choose their wattages, color temperature, and optics.

The difference between classic and modern architecture backlight

The concept development process requires special attention to saturation of architectural forms of the façade. This applies to columns, bas-reliefs, sculptures… Classic architecture thanks to its own wealth dictates the requirements for the work of a lighting designer which is to emphasize the forms while maintaining the aesthetic balance of the building.
Modern urban planning is characterized by minimalist tendencies, clear geometry, a large proportion of glass elements. These features create a wide field for creativity and the implementation of bold visual ideas using dynamic light. They require completely different approaches in creating lighting scenarios and forming their own ideological content. If the сlassical architecture can easily be spoiled by excessive lighting, the use of inappropriately bright elements, modern instead – lack of a clear idea.

Conclusion – architectural lighting design is a process that combines art, technology, trends, taking into account aspects of health, safety and comfort.