The challenge with better lighting is that it just doesn’t happen – it must be designed. With better lighting being key to achieving the twin goals of improving energy efficiency and indoor comfort and wellbeing, specifiers – including lighting designers, installers and architects – must play a central role in driving the European Green Deal and EU Renovation Wave initiatives.
“Professional lighting designers are uniquely qualified to bridge the gap between technical regulations and aesthetic considerations,” says Ourania Georgoutsakou, General Secretary, LightingEurope.
“They understand the role of lighting in architecture and interior design and rely on their extensive knowledge of lighting equipment and systems to ensure high-quality design in the built environment.
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