Professional Lighting enhances Architectural Spaces whilst meeting Health and Safety Requirements

Good lighting enhances both architectural spaces and quality of life. Achieving this is anything but guesswork. It is the accurate calculating of photometric data combined with the planning of numerous other factors.

At Lighting for Health, we consider a number of factors when making our calculations. This includes assessing the geographical location and orientation of the architectural space to estimate how much natural light enters the space at different times throughout the day and seasons.


Where there is a lack of natural light, we substitute with appropriate lighting technologies. Using special lighting software, we produce two-dimensional false colour rendered images, illustrating the specific intensity of light distributed within the space.

We plan not only the quantity of light, but also the quality of light. This ensures the right lighting solution that meets everyone’s needs, particularly older people.

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