In conversation with Construction & Civil Engineering magazine
Lighting design is essentially a fine balancing act between technology and creativity. And the job of the lighting designer is part psychologist, part sociologist, part engineer, part creative, part project manager and part quantity surveyor – to name a few.
More than ever, light is a hot topic: electricity doesn’t come cheap and light is the visual embodiment of wasted energy. Step forward LEDs – the bastion of low-energy lighting. But, they’re not without their own problems, and you get what you pay for.
Paul Nulty talks about the above, plus: Lighting as a Service (LaaS), how lighting designers can’t lose sight of things that matter the most (the people who actually use the space), design considerations and much more in September’s Construction & Civil Engineering magazine – have a read here: