Excellent by Design

Light has the power to directly and deeply impact experience. Light is an integral part of architecture whose external structure, building elements and materials place great demands on light. Some of these demands can be met by daylight, others can only be fulfilled with artificial light. Light critically influences atmosphere, enjoyment, health and productivity. We understand the power of light, and thoughtfully consider lighting opportunities and their influence through the design process.

Plan light professionally

Good lighting means not only fulfilling standards. Lighting can be complicated – it’s important to get it right the first time. Impressive lighting can deliver a stunning result. We are using expert lighting design technique to enhance the entire mood of your space. To ensure the creation of a unified look and feel for the production. A lively exchange of initial ideas and first impressions helps clarify the steps that each person needs to take in this intensely collaborative process. This is what characterizes our work which covers all aspects of architecture, outdoors – from residential and roadway lighting to prestige outdoor lighting in public spaces. The use of light can be very versatile and we help you to plan perfect light to suit your needs.

Lighting Control

Direct lighting comes from a definite location and illuminates specific areas; indirect lighting washes over the entire area to be lit and doesn’t appear to come from any one specific location. We offer a full suite of lighting capabilities tailored to suit each project’s particular need comprehensive exterior lighting design. The amount of light needed to clearly illuminate an object on stage depends on the object :

  • Reflective properties
  • Colour
  • Contrast with its surroundings
  • Distance from the person looking at it

Simulation And Analysis

Lighting simulation has become an essential component of lighting design. It enables the creative design of lighting solutions via the use of simulation software. The sustainability protocols currently in-use try to increase the use natural illumination because, apart from the eventual energy savings, the artificial light has a much lower frequency compared with the sun light and therefore it turn out being non-optimum for the human eye perception. In order to guarantee optimum lighting conditions, even during the early design stage it is important to develop a simulation of the natural and artificial lighting conditions which could help us identifying possible weak points where light lacks or exceeds.