Designing lighting systems and controls

March 25, 2019

A successful lighting design needs a complementary control design that produces the right amount of light where and when it is needed, according to an article on the Consulting-Specifying Engineer website.

Before product selection and lighting layouts, designers should assess the client’s needs. 

A unique set of lighting criteria is needed at the onset of each project. 

A client’s opinions regarding how they would like their spaces to look, feel, and function, as well as their energy efficiency goals, will have a direct effect on the designer’s approach in establishing the project’s sustainability guidelines, the article said.

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