A research study is carried out on the architecture, location and historical importance of the building, if any. These studies form the basis for our next stage, concept creation. It is a study to analyze the current status of the project. For historical buildings, the history of the area is also reported in terms of its impact on design. This report also examines the relationship between the identity of the building and the current illumination.
Concept design process focuses on sketches, 3D rendering and photographs.
It is also a part of a concept design process to relate the visual documents to the ideas about the luminaires and light sources to be used for the project in the next phases.
At this phase the project is detailed according to the concept design that is created. The layouts and the types of applications are prepared. Schematic CAD documents are developed to show main application principals. Lighting calculations are made and reported.
It is the elaboration phase of the prepared project. Application and installation details are shaped at this stage. Specifications, BOQ and quantity lists are completed. Coordination of the lighting project with the architectural and electrical project is ensured.
The design of fittings specific to architectural or functional conditions. Project-friendly solutions are provided where standard products do not meet the needs or do not comply with the concept of general lighting design.
Value engineering considers alternative solutions to optimize the expected cost/worth ratio of projects and to offer suitable and sustainable alternatives for the projects.
Studies to provide daylight control and increase energy efficiency at projects.
It contains seminars and workshops about architectural lighting design at various platforms.