Architectural lighting design can make or break a project. When done correctly, it can greatly impact an individual’s well-being, offering positive psychological effects.
We explain how lighting design is used to help occupants and visitors connect with their architectural environment on a deeper level.
Are you dealing with low ceilings, tight rooms, and small windows? Are you trying to work around ancient beams, large chimney breasts, and awkward spaces? Features like these are responsible for making cottages and listed buildings so attractive to many, but the often quirky nature propose a challenge when it comes to decorating. Especially with lighting design.