People live in the light and through the light.
In nature, sunlight draws the contours of our living spaces and gives life energy. Where natural light is not sufficient to define spaces, people use artificial light to create another dimension of experience and feeling.
Light - natural or created by human beings - bridges the gap between perception, experience and knowledge. Light makes us feel comfortable or uncomfortable, at home or away, safe or threatened. Light directs and lets us direct it. Literally and figuratively, light is the visible bridge over which every step of our lives leads.
Light design makes use of the almost inexhaustible potential of artificial light and daylight and shapes it, directing it into new paths. This makes the lighting planner a creative mediator between the creative and technical planners, builders and users.
Light planning captures the function and design of a room. It underlines the architecture, takes economic and ecological conditions into account and enables the practical realisation of the lighting design. The benchmark is always the person who feels the light.
It is the knowledge of the shaping character and the great importance of light that forms the space for our work and guides us in the task of building the visible bridge for people.