Lighting design is an important facet of interior design as it enriches the aesthetic demand and creates the required mood and ambiance of a living space. Light is the key element that contributes a special look to the room and renovates it into a smooth blend of functionality and style. Lighting can make or break the ambiance and total experience of a room, thus lighting fixtures which lighten a room builds a safe and relaxed environment rather than adding style to the interior design. Adding to its functional role, it creates a visually dynamic and lively space. Hence suitable lighting design & appropriate lighting fixture is an important & key element of beautifying your space.
CONSIDERATIONS FOR GOOD LIGHTING DESIGNS
- Proper lumens numbers according to the application.
- Built and constructed within requirements, Costings, code, and other limitations.
- Be able to control the lights with its deeming facility.
- Respond to the Architecture and Interior Design.
- Attain the favourite moods of every space.
- Produce good and vibrant color with creating lively experience.
The methodology and practice behind the illumination design must be custome-oriented, business centric, investigatory and design aesthetics. cost assesment and work-within-timeline & budget are usual mental desciplines which benifit the client as well as Enertec Solutions. Put forward is the productive approach folloved by Enertec Solutions to ensure client recurrence.
KEY POINTS TO WORK
- Understanding & attain the functional needs of a space.
- Controllable and Straightforward operation.
- Ease of servicing without disturbing to other fixtures.
- Reliability in operation and ease in maintenance.
- Meeting special needs of environment or application.
- Flexible, adjustable and manageable solutions.
- Architecture of a space.
- Shadow & natural light aesthetics
- Image & Lifestyle.
- Connection between light, color & materials.
- Phase 1: Lighting Model Design - Primary design of conceptual lighting scheme solutions to assist & support the client in visualizing & experiencing the final installation. Meetings with client and understanding their need according to the application is very important
- Phase 2: Lighting Design Development - Transforming the lighting design concept into an actual drawing is the key part of the lighting design & development. This empowers the rest of the design team to recognize the suggestions and requirements from the client side and easy to reflect it into the final design. This would also comprise an indicative luminary listing (lamp type wattage and distribution requirements) and control strategy (showing types of controls for the design areas: moment, scene, timer, fully automated, digital, event etc.).
- Phase 3: Documentation - Full lighting pattern & layouts including civil plans, elevations and details along with luminary and its control specification, which would be adequate for tender, bidding, pricing, sizing and installation purpose.
- Phase 4: Installations – Conveying the actual design part with its drawing without any miscommunication is the key part. Supervision of the lighting installation and responding to on site queries, doubts through to the final authorizing & certifying whether the concept is fully delivered on site or not.
- With the help of our skilled & experienced illumination designers, we use standard design software’s & create a unique lively & experiential design & look.
- Our specialists use designer software’s like AutoCAD and Revit which will create a good, professional design. This will give natural look & builds a perfect aesthetical design in very professional way.
An architectural lighting designer's job is to integrate the lighting into the architecture, hardscape, and gardens by selecting lighting fixtures that create ambiance, enhance the architecture, and comply with codes.
Traditional design> is influenced by the cultural exchange that grew out of Europe, England and America during the colonization period from around 1600 to the late 1800s. The most widely recognized designs are the formal and country furnishings from the estates of Europe, the Manor homes of England and the plantations of America.
Based on historic design models, this style is characteristically ornate, orderly, and bold. Straight lines are often contrasted with curved details, and brass, iron, and hand-painted wood often appears. More grand than casual, these furnishings have ornate or showy details and have often old world flair. The classic details of traditional furniture are reflections of the periods and influences of years gone by. The classic details of traditional fixtures are reflections of the periods and influences of years gone by; Colonial, French Country and Neo-Classical design ideals are blended in this style. You will recognize it when you see it – the traditional furniture style has been the popular choice for home furnishings for over a century.
Contemporary design looks ahead from its beginnings in the 1920s to the sophisticated form and function influences by today’s culture and society. Contemporary and modern pieces feature neutral elements and bold color. Clean lines, sculptural furnishings, art, industrial elements and bold color characterize these furnishings.
This style is known for its underlying simplicity of line, shape, form, and attention to practical functions as compared to the dramatic and lavish appearances of traditional furniture styles. Contemporary fixtures often incorporate classic and traditional features in subtle, understated ways. Its simplicity and clean lines combine with strong geometric shapes and symmetry, incorporating classic and traditional features in sleek and understated ways. The inspiration for these fixtures is drawn from manufacturing/architecture and organic forms.
Transitional lighting styles generally will coordinate with existing traditional or contemporary designs. Transitional bridges the gap between too ornate and too sleek. While the materials used are more similar to traditional furniture (lots of metals and heavy woods), the lines are more open and clean without being too sleek and sterile. Transitional fixtures are versatile, blending seamlessly into almost any setting. Transitional fixtures combine both contemporary and traditional styles by joining austere lines with fancy curves with sleek, brushed metals. It easily adapts and blends in with a wide range of styles.
The versatility of transitional fixtures makes it a good choice if you’re not sure which of the less flexible styles suits your taste or your home – transitional fixtures work in pretty much any setting.
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