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Lighting Design

Small Changes. Huge Impact.

Creating an interior design project without a lighting designer is like going out for dinner and only eating what’s in the bread basket. The bread may be excellent, but you’re missing out on many more interesting dishes. Expertly placed lighting adds another dimension to a space, bringing an interior design project to life.

Great lighting creates depth and height, cosy spots, and draws attention to your most impressive areas. It’s all about the balance of light and shade and bringing new energy to an interior. An architect or interior designer may just draw a grid of downlights into their plans for your interior, which won’t do justice to what they have designed. Calling in lighting experts to work in harmony with your interior designer or architect will maximise the impact of your space by artfully combining downlights, uplights, wall lights, floor lights, hidden lights, feature lights, integrated architectural lighting, pendants and lamps to add vast interest and depth to each room.

Decorative lighting is important but a good lighting designer will combine it with architectural lighting for the best results. For a soft late-afternoon cosiness, you may just turn on the decorative lighting to watch TV, or read your book under a pretty lamp, or enjoy an aperitif. At other times, you will need a fuller combination of lights.

Our projects are designed not only thinking of aesthetics, but also from an engineering and techinical view to ensure the optimization of the luminaires and the correct positioning.

If you are working on a project or have any questions as to how we work at de Caldevilla, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

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