The lighting designer must generate moods and create specific sensations corresponding to each architectural concept.
This competence, guided by intuition, is the primary non-technical, non-calculable reason that justifies the existence of lighting consultants.
Emotion and subjectivity characterize the profession, but the lighting designer who intervenes in the architectural field is also a technician and must evaluate visual comfort, power consumption and anticipate maintenance problems.
In partnership with architects, he optimally translates and realizes their lighting projects.
Rather than just an isolated note of music, lighting design participates in an architectural project. It does not use a place but serves it.
Attentive to innovation, avoiding readymade lighting and responsible for his project, his skill allows him to choose reliable, high-performance products. His lighting design tools can be any and all products found in the market.