When looking at lighting for a space, we look at them in order to fulfil 3 different needs:
This is the light you need to do certain ‘tasks’: a light for a reading corner, a light above the kitchen stove & counter, etc. Without this light you can not perform those tasks.
Which additional light is needed to create the right atmosphere for the room? This could be accent lighting for a painting, some lighting inside a gin cabinet with windows, or just a table lamp to turn on when you watch TV in the evening. This is mostly indirect lighting.
With the task and atmosphere lights in place, we ask ourselves which additional light is required to ensure you have basic light across the whole space.
In the lighting plan we look at where lighting is needed to fulfil the above needs. We also propose light fixtures that match the look you want to achieve.