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Interior and lighting design

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Interior and lighting design

  1. 1. The power of lighting design to reveal the real beauty of the space INTERIOR & LIGHTING DESIGN
  2. 2. SUMMARY • General overview • Importance • Types of lighting (ambient, accent, task) • Architectural lighting design • Space transformation • Lighting installation • Product lighting design
  3. 3. GENERAL OVERVIEW • Lighting is the most important factor in interior design • Expensive materials & interiors are never shown to their fullest without a good lighting scheme behind them • Incorporating Lighting as part of the scheme considering how the light works with the materials and finishes and creating different moods within the space is essential to a successful interior
  4. 4. TYPES OF LIGHTING
  5. 5. AMBIENT LIGHTING • Can brighten and enhance the glow of the rooms • Lanterns and wall fixtures can render an ambient lighting effect • Using dimmer switches can also change the ambiance of the room to achieve the desired look and feel
  6. 6. AMBIENT LIGHTING - EXAMPLE 1
  7. 7. AMBIENT LIGHTING - EXAMPLE 2
  8. 8. AMBIENT LIGHTING – EXAMPLE 3
  9. 9. ACCENT LIGHTING • Accent lighting or Architectural lighting is used to highlight walls and objects in the room • Indirect light, recessed floor lamp and directional spots or wall wash • Accent lighting can also show off a piece of art or a photograph
  10. 10. Wooden ceiling detail ACCENT LIGHTING – EXAMPLE 1
  11. 11. Creo Hall. Akira Sakomoto Casa Architect ACCENT LIGHTING – EXAMPLE 2
  12. 12. Floor recessed Up-lights ACCENT LIGHTING – EXAMPLE 3
  13. 13. TASK LIGHTING • Provides localized lighting in special task areas • Used in work spaces to help in performing daily tasks • Ex. A light over the dining tables or a reading lamp…
  14. 14. TASK LIGHTING – EXAMPLE 1 Decorative suspensions.
  15. 15. Patrick Cox Shop in Tokyo TASK LIGHTING – EXAMPLE 2
  16. 16. ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING
  17. 17. ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING (CONT’D) • Shadows and shade are very important • Too much light  Glare • ✔ Need to have a balance • A room without shadows will look flat and shapeless, shadows and contrast will enhance textures, shapes, and the size of objects in the interior
  18. 18. ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING – EXAMPLE 1 Hotel Puerta America – Zaha haddid
  19. 19. ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING – EXAMPLE 2 Mirror Tower – LAN Architecture – Beirut , Lebanon
  20. 20. ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING – EXAMPLE 3 John Pawson – Plain Space – London Museum
  21. 21. ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING – EXAMPLE 4 Modular lighting wall
  22. 22. SPACE TRANSFORMATION • Lighting Installation • Lighting Product Design
  23. 23. LIGHTING INSTALLATION – EXAMPLE 1 On the Right: Chris Fraser’s Light Installations
  24. 24. LIGHTING INSTALLATION – EXAMPLE 2 Chris Fraser’s Light Installations
  25. 25. LIGHTING INSTALLATION – EXAMPLE 3 Five Minutes Of Pure Sculpture by British artist Anthony McCall
  26. 26. LIGHTING INSTALLATION – EXAMPLE 4 LED Light Art by Leo Villarea
  27. 27. PRODUCT LIGHTING DESIGN – EXAMPLE 1 & 2
  28. 28. PRODUCT LIGHTING DESIGN – EXAMPLE 3
  29. 29. PRODUCT LIGHTING DESIGN – EXAMPLE 5
  30. 30. PRODUCT LIGHTING DESIGN – EXAMPLE 4
  31. 31. “Light is the magical ingredient that makes or break a space; it is one of the most important elements in all my interiors” Benjamin Noriega – interior designer

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