Lights Beautify An Architecture While Increasing Its Efficiency
In space lights play a vital role to create an experience. An architectural design will not have the same impact if the lighting design is not appropriate or there are absolutely no lights. Architects and designers use daylighting and artificial lighting together to draw attention to textures, colors, and forms of a space they have created in a space.
Architecture achieves its true purpose with the lights. Architecture is enjoyed with the correct lighting that enhances the space. Like the chandeliers in a kitchen sparks the whole space and all the cutlery plus helps the kitchen function better. Tiffany table lamps help the drawing room or the study rooms not only function better but look better. The right lights create the right mood for the task.
Pendant lights on hallways, halls, corners of an apartment or corridors of hotels enhance the overall look of the architecture of the space while making the small space and corners functional. Lighting enhances the way an architecture is perceived.
An architect walks into the space and studies it to understand the need of the space and determine the location of the lights. The idea is to use different lights like chandeliers, pendant lights or Tiffany table lamps to complement the colors and textures of the space. The different areas are illuminated to affect the way people feel being in a certain space. Each light material has a different impact and illuminates the floor and walls around them differently.