Shining A Light

Episode 4 April 29, 2022 00:28:31
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Shining A Light
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In this episode, we’re taking a detailed look at typical lighting issues facing interior designers with advice on how to deal with them from Luke Thomas, Design Director at John Cullen Lighting.

Interior designers and their clients often underestimate the importance of lighting.

Simply put, it seems senseless to spend time, energy and lots of money designing and installing beautiful interiors, if you cannot see them properly. 

So, how can interior designers avoid the most common pitfalls and create the right lighting for their projects?

We are a Wildwood production. 

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