Illuminating Employee ROI
Lighting in a space is often treated as an “add-on” part of the design with architects or building owners coming to a lighting consultant after the blueprints are all but printed. This approach assumes that lighting is just a matter of picking out fixtures. However, lighting designers know lighting is so much more.
In fact, lighting should be the foundation of a design. Incorporating the lighting into the early steps of a project ensures the final product delivers on the architect’s vision and the needs of the building owner/corporate tenants.
As soon as there is enough light to walk without falling, most people tend to think the first goal of lighting is accomplished. If they think about lighting any further, it’s about pretty fixtures, rather than the quality of light they put out.