Nowadays, the scientists, designers and psychologists believe that lights can play the important roles on human mood and people social behaviors, which therefore introduces new concept in industrial, commercial and landscaping & home designs .
Referred to as “the prime animator of space,” light is a subject of broad application within the environmental design disciplines .Recently, scholars posit that light is most often applied to an interior design solution as a functional additive rather than considered first as an essential design element along with form, color, texture, and others. This raises the question of how designers’, educators’, and students’ approaches to designing with light might be redefined to regard light as a significant contributor to spatial compositions.
Well-designed lighting is one of the most important design elements that will support an individual’s ability to perform normal daily activities and decrease the level of disability associated with these impairments. The combination of good interior & exterior lighting contributes to regaining and maintaining an active and a fulfilling lifestyle – greatly improving quality of life.
You walk into a room flip a switch, its bright. You move out, flip again, its dark. SURE it works but you are missing the big picture. Lighting isn’t there to make sure that you don’t trip over the carpet in the middle of the floor; there is much more to it.
Transcending the realm of mere functionality, lighting has an undeniable esthetic value, the powers of enhancing the décor of any room and setting a mood unique to any situation. Now an appropriate lamp can make all the difference. Lights come in variety of shapes, styles, finishes and can elevate a room from drab to dramatic with a flip of a switch.