Integrating light into your overall architectural design is essential. A lighting designer helps achieve the balance between aesthetics and functionality; between efficiency and innovation. Lighting designers are the professionals who have the ability to apply the art and science of lighting design to architectural and landscape projects. They are not engineers who do lighting because it is part of the electrical system, nor are we interior designers who choose fixtures, but rather the professionals using the art and science of light to enhance your environment.
Lighting designers are part of the Design chain of an architectural project. They
cooperate and coordinate their work with all other relevant disciplines on a same project to ensure
its holistic success.
Lighting designers are responsible for the appearance of their design and of its impact on the design of
others; the well-being of those using the spaces, and their appropriate feeling in that space; their
efficiency in carrying-out the visual task; and their safety and security.
Lighting designers understand the role of lighting in architecture and the landscape and use their experience and knowledge of lighting equipment and systems to enhance and strengthen design. Lighting designers are accountable for the sustainability of their design.