For those of us blessed with sight, 90% of the information that we receive is through what we see. Throughout our waking hours, information is constantly received until we again close our eyes. By understanding and thus controlling light, we are then able to influence what is seen and therefore influence the information received.

It is in the built environment where we can harness light to its fullest. If correctly applied, light can be used to emphasize key features, beautify architectural forms and transform interior spaces. The influence light has, natural or artificial, to the human psychology, physiology and sociology is a strong parameter in our work and this is evident in our designs. It is through this deep understanding of light that we are able to design light for people.

Visualizing what needs to be seen is a key process when conceptualizing the lighting in our projects. The understanding of the architectural concept, functional usage, genius loci and human behavior contributes to this visualization process. The final outcome of our work should result in light being used in the most efficient manner to achieve the appropriate visual experience.

In order to achieve this, it is important that our engagement is early in the design process of the project, ensuring that lighting is synergized with architecture and not looked upon as a design afterthought.

In providing the above to our clients, we remain independent of any manufacturers and equipment supply chains. This allows our service to be informed, impartial and professional.