The Three Components of an Effective Architectural Light Design Project

It is known that the illumination of any commercial space is first and foremost a lighting system that meets marketing objectives. It is a light set that takes into account the different brightness levels, colour temperature, flickering and other physical specifications. Lamps, spotlights and other lighting fixtures are just flexible tools for building light sets.

We develop lighting solutions based on three key factors that ensure successful project implementation. They reflect the essence of the project’s effectiveness, which is a balanced combination of costs and a set of tools and solutions that can intensify income.

Therefore, before presenting our solutions to clients, any project undergoes a thorough evaluation based on the following key criteria:

1

Investment cost.

We analyse all lighting fixtures options, optimise the quantity necessary for the project in general and provide a cost estimate of installation works, so as to make the most advantageous offer. It should be noted that we select fixtures based on the overall cost of any proposed solution, which includes installation and operating costs.

2

Cost of ownership.

We carefully and thoroughly analyse all the client’s operating costs associated with the ownership and use of fixtures. We take into account both the use of the main elements of the system and its auxiliary components, consider the life cycles of all the elements of the fixtures system and calculate the service and repair costs. TO optimise operating costs, we develop lighting control systems that can save up to 70% of energy costs.

3

Effect on sales.

Light is one of the main factors shaping the mood and the emotional state of customers. We has deep understanding of the effects of various light parameters on people.
When creating an architectural light design project, we take into account all these factors and develop individual solutions for each space in accordance with outlined marketing objectives.