Light and design: the importance of lighting in architectural spaces

Light and design: the importance of lighting in architectural spaces

In several fields such as fashion and design trends change continuously and at the same time our perception of some concepts, like utility, aesthetics and functionality, changes.

Lighting is involved in this changing process too; light has more and more place and it is more and more connected to design because it is believe that light can have a more important influence on building architectural spaces at home and elsewhere.

Luce e design, lighting negli spazi architettonici, architettura e illuminazione, il buon lighting,

Architecture and lighting

Nowadays lighting is becoming an essential part in projects developing for the architects and designers who want to highlight not just the product functionality but the impact of light and lighting games on people in building a living space too.

 

Lighting technology components become part of furnishings and interior lights placement becomes strategic in architectural spaces. These are the starting points for the interest in new kind of furnishings and design specially intended to combine aesthetics and light advantages.

Light and design

Everyone, on reflection, at least once, had to deal with spaces that at first sight seemed comfortable and functional but, in reality, they weren’t like this (“Yes, I have a wonderful office but that cold light and those waist-high spotlights really ruin the mood and they doesn’t let me to concentrate!”). Here we realize that the right placement of lighting in the setting is what we missed.

 

After a transition period, designers and architects don’t focus no more on the device but on the light as essential element that matches the design by games, colours and shades. In this way the new trend of human centric lighting can have its own place: the human being in the middle and the pure light at his service.

Luce e design, lighting negli spazi architettonici, architettura e illuminazione, il buon lighting,

Light and design

Everyone, on reflection, at least once, had to deal with spaces that at first sight seemed comfortable and functional but, in reality, they weren’t like this (“Yes, I have a wonderful office but that cold light and those waist-high spotlights really ruin the mood and they doesn’t let me to concentrate!”). Here we realize that the right placement of lighting in the setting is what we missed.

 

After a transition period, designers and architects don’t focus no more on the device but on the light as essential element that matches the design by games, colours and shades. In this way the new trend of human centric lighting can have its own place: the human being in the middle and the pure light at his service.

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