Chandeliers are the elegance symbol of space. They are lighting fixtures that add value to modern or classic style design. A brilliant chandelier is always one of the most remarkable pieces of decoration.
The aim of a lighting designer is always to create comfortable, healthy, and beautiful spaces for its users. In the design process, the designer takes advantage of the direct and indirect lighting systems and creates various ambiances by considering the functional and psychological needs.
Scientifically proven that natural lighting helps people become more happy, calm, healthy, and productive. In addition to this fact, using this sustainable light source in lighting design reduces the need for artificial light and consequently energy consumption.
Illumination is just one part of lighting design. Darkness, without the touch of light and shadows, has a magical role in the total composition of a design. Light creates shadows and shadows enrich the objects and accordingly the total aspect of the environment.
Architectural lighting designers work as part of a design team leading by an architect and bring into the work their knowledge about light and technics and also their sensitive touch. Designer has to be a combination of an engineer and an architect like a link between technical regulations and aesthetics...
Light pollution is a side effect of the industrial civilisation and the result of ineffective lighting. Luminaires that project light upwards or to the sides cause the night sky to constantly illuminate. A poor lighting design causes following components of light pollution; glare, sky glow, light trespass and clutter.
In present conditions, the places we spend most of our time are shaped in the light of the aesthetic perspectives of interior architects. In industrial societies, the use of the interiors is increasing day by day. Lighting is the most important factor of interior which has a significant value.