Oxfordshire, Summer 2011
ZaZacorp started work on this stunning country house in summer 2010. We prepared full auto CAD drawings and concept design 3D visualisations for the project. This property has stunning natural architecture already in the existing house, stone archways in the entrance, as well as a contemporary large extension to the kitchen and family room, making this a fascinating lighting design project.
The client wanted a good overall light level but with the flexibility to change the mood if required. Darklight achieved this by using a range of different lighting circuits, with light coming from several different levels, down-lights from the ceiling for wall washing, wall lamps in various areas and floor up-lighting in several rooms including the entrance archways. We also have used linear hidden LED in dining room niches, kitchen and bathrooms.
All lighting is controlled through the JCL Flexidim Lighting System , giving complete control to all the lighting moods inside and out at a touch of a button.
Darklight is very proud of this stunning lighting design installation, it gives the client exactly what they wanted.
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