Category: Lighting

HOME LIGHTING JOONDALUP

This area not included within scope of lighting proposals This area not included within scope of lighting proposals Lighting track wired with three independent circuits Lighting track wired with three …

HOME LIGHTING MALVERN PA

Case study St Machar’s Cathedral, Aberdeen, UK Lighting design Malcolm Innes Design St Machar’s Cathedral is a typical example of an ancient religious building that has been destroyed and rebuilt …

HOME LIGHTING MANCHESTER

Client handover The final task is for the designer to hand the completed project over to the client and ensure they have all the information they require to operate and …

LIGHTING HOME NZ

Construction stage Once the contractor is appointed, the designer’s role tends to become reactive, as he or she responds to questions from the contractor and resolves any issues they may …

HOME LIGHTING NIAGARA FALLS

Below For visual designers, drawing and sketching can be a valuable method for understanding a design problem or project site. In principle, CAD can provide unparalleled accuracy, but hand drawing …

HOME LIGHTING NEBO ROAD

Design is an iterative process, and at each stage lighting will be based on the drawing information supplied by the architect. In turn, lighting information will be fed back to …

HOMESENSE LIGHTING

lighting. Where the latter is independent of general lighting, modern LED light sources allow emergency luminaires to be very small and discreet. In this photograph the solid rhythm created by …

LIGHTING HOME STORES

Looking beyond emergency lighting situations, comfort and safety may sometimes be seen to be unconnected. Nonetheless, any lighting installation that makes the user feel uncomfortable, perhaps through excessive glare or …

HOME LIGHTING RICHMOND BC

The perception of brightness can sometimes be far more important than the actual measured light level. Without light on the vertical surfaces (the surfaces we actually tend to look at), …

HOME LIGHTING RECOMMENDATIONS

Many standards form contractual or legal requirements that the designer has to satisfy, but designing to a standard or code of practice does not guarantee a building that the users …