Designing and applying lighting means shaping the visual environment of human beings. Good Lighting creates the best possible perceptual conditions. It can increase work performance and allows for safe orientation. It gives a sense of well - being and offer an aesthetic experience.

Producing lighting which conforms to standards is by no means a work of art. However this quantitative design approach fails to recognize the complex and subjective perceptual processes of users and observes alike. Qualitative lighting design approaches take into account the perceptive and shaping properties of architecture. For many years, the following theories and basic rules of lighting design have proved to be successful in our work.

Light is the fourth dimension of architecture. Light interprets space and helps us to perceive and experience them. Good lighting requires, first and foremost, visual comfort, which means direct and reflected glare- free Light The luminaries is a lighting tools , a type of lighting equipment with a special practical purpose and therefore not and aesthetic object.

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