Architectural lighting is a significant element in space design, influencing its atmosphere and aesthetics. One of the techniques employed is uplighting, illuminating walls or decorative elements from the bottom upward. This lighting type creates a dramatic ambiance, allowing for shadow play and light dynamics in the space.

Moreover, focal lighting, known as pinspotting, can highlight specific elements in the area, such as tables. By using appropriate fixtures, lighting can be directed to specific focal points, creating a stunning effect. Pinspotting can also be used to accentuate centerpieces on tables, adding an elegant and sophisticated touch.

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Architectural lighting and focal lighting can be combined to create a comprehensive atmosphere in your space. Working alongside lighting professionals and interior designers, you can select suitable fixtures, bulbs, and techniques to help you achieve the desired atmospheric coloration and highlight your focal elements with an elegant and refined approach.

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If your reception space features a strong stone element or if you want to highlight any architectural features such as arches, you can achieve this effect using uplighting.

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Using pinspot lighting, you won’t rely on the rest of the room’s lighting. Your tables will be perfectly illuminated.

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If you want to highlight elements in the space, for instance, a floral arrangement, you can do so with pinspot lighting.

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3 common questions

What is the ideal color for architectural lighting?

Where are the pinspot lights placed for illuminating the tables?

Is the architectural lighting used in both indoor and outdoor spaces?

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