Qualitative lighting design:
People oriented custom-made lighting, that keeps the man at the first place.

The core of qualitative design is vertical surfaces lighting, accent lighting and a good shielding.

The last one, allows the eye to have a constant lighting, and not been disturbed by different levels of light brightness.

Vertical surfaces lighting amplifies the spaces, increasing the brightness feeling perceived in a certain environment. Along with accent lighting, it reduces the brightness contrasts and prevent eye weariness. Its aim is to sense the proportions and the limits of a space. It's a necessary tool for the architecture-oriented lighting concepts.

Nowadays, it is essential to realize a lighting concept focusing on the human being.

The visual perception is important, but the well-being must be considered as well as a priority as the environments where a person spend most of its day is part of its quality of life. This is the reason why the lighting concept goes in the same direction as the promotion of health.

“Light influences us in many ways and always from a visual, emotional and biological point of view. Human Centric Lighting (HCL) supports the health, well-being, and performance capabilities of people in a targeted and long-term way, thanks to a holistic concept and the transposition of the visual, emotional and, specifically, biological effects of light "(ZVEI).

The light can be adapted to people's needs at any time of day.

Tailor Made

Lighting can be realized according to the architects’ concept needs with custom luminaires realised differently from the standard production ones.

Starting from the wished final lighting result and from the architectural constraints, we proceed to realise a study of feasibility of the luminaire, a realization of the sample with photometric tests, and finally the production of the final product.

We guarantee the whole production process, according to the standard of quality and in compliance to current norms in use.

Our activity

Phase 1 Analysis of user's needs
Project data collection
Definition of an intervention plan
Phase 2 Concept Design
Conceptual lighting
Lighting design proposal
3D visualizations
Intervention strategy
Phase 3 Preliminary project
Written description art
Lighting calculations
Estimation of maximum costs
Assistance on 3D visualizations
Phase 4 Executive project
Graphical art
Estimation of energy consumption
Maintenance plan
Phase 5 Realization
Final checking
Systems programming