DESIGN NOT JUST WHAT IT LOOKS AND FEELS LIKE. DESIGN IS HOW IT WORKS.
- STEVE JOBS
Lighting design is a collaboration between aesthetics and the physics of light. As lighting designers, we help define the architectural environment and provide the often subliminal triggers which enhance how people interact with the space or items within the space.
The integrated and collaborative approach we take to lighting design and engineering means we can take your vision, help guide the design, and give you options for how to make it a reality. At the end of the design work, we provide the details and direction to make the electrical systems work in the building, which includes branch circuiting, lighting, controls, and anything that turns on or off.
Often hidden, low voltage systems run the security systems found in most commercial buildings, paging systems found in schools and hospitals, structured cabling in data centers, and audio / video systems in theaters.
Audio / Video & security
I have this as part of Low Voltage - is there a reason why this is seperate?
Our CxA certified commissioning agents work on everything from schools to historical renovations, ensuring the intertwined and complex building systems are on-line, operational and working like they should.
Whether the goal is to save money, energy or the environment our green toolbox includes strategies for daylight harvesting, photovoltaics, dark sky compliance, as well as specifying sustainable products and employing modern best practices.
Theatrical & Stage Lighting
Theatrical lighting goes beyond the lights, and requires advanced knowledge of lighting controls, programming and the technical background to be able to ensure the lights are on exactly the way they should be at exactly the right time.
Is this also part of low voltage? Or vice versa?