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Steven Rosen shares his tips
for some beautiful results.
Check out this article...
www.IESLightLogic.orgwww.IESLightLogic.org
Light Logic aims to help
consumers learn about
residential lighting best practi...
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Using lighting to create drama a q+a with lighting designer steven rosen

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There are many different ways a person can use lighting to add drama and contrast to their home. Steven Rosen shares his tips for some beautiful results. Check out this article to learn some common mistakes and how you can avoid them, as well as home lighting best practices. - http://www.ieslightlogic.org/creative-lighting/using-lighting-to-create-drama-a-qa-with-lighting-designer-steven-rosen/

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Using lighting to create drama a q+a with lighting designer steven rosen

  1. 1. www.IESLightLogic.orgwww.IESLightLogic.org Steven Rosen shares his tips for some beautiful results. Check out this article to learn some common mistakes and how you can avoid them, as well as home lighting best practices. ! Visit Light Logic at: bit.ly/1l4LVhr !
  2. 2. www.IESLightLogic.orgwww.IESLightLogic.org Light Logic aims to help consumers learn about residential lighting best practices, design, energy efficiency and all topics regarding lighting a home. ! Visit Light Logic at: http://bit.ly/1iio46A
  3. 3. Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen The hallmarks of a good story include build-up and drama. The same is true of homes. Steven Rosen shares his tips for using lighting to create drama and contrast for some beautiful results.
  4. 4. Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Q. How can lighting create drama in a home?
  5. 5. Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen A. That’s a big question! Here are some thoughts: ! • Avoid glare - there’s is nothing that kills drama and is more annoying than lights in your eyes. • Another good word for “drama” is contrast. - Everything we visually perceive is based on contrasts of both highlight/shadow and color. • Establishing a visual hierarchy. • Light in layers! Nothing makes an architectural space more dull and flat than a single giant floodlight.
  6. 6. Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Q. What do you recommend for a house with low ceilings? With lots of natural light?
  7. 7. Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen A. The best way to “open” up a space (both height and width) is by making the walls and/ or the ceiling the source of light. What I mean is to light these surfaces and allow the reflected light of the wall to actually illuminate the room.
  8. 8. Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Q. What are some common pitfalls that homeowners run into when lighting their homes?
  9. 9. Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen A. Not to harp on a subject but ill-considered lighting (whether it is penetrating daylight or electric light) can create glare—and glare is the enemy.
  10. 10. Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen Using  Ligh)ng  to  Create  Drama:  A  Q+A  with   Ligh)ng  Designer  Steven  Rosen To Read The Full Interview, Visit: ! bit.ly/1l4LVhr
  11. 11. www.IESLightLogic.orgwww.IESLightLogic.org Light Logic aims to help consumers learn about residential lighting best practices, design, energy efficiency and all topics regarding lighting a home. ! Visit Light Logic at: http://bit.ly/1iio46A

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