Light in Architecture

Light in Architecture refers to the intentional use of natural or artificial light as a design element to create a desired effect or atmosphere within a building or structure. This can include using windows, skylights, and other openings to let in natural light, as well as placing artificial lighting fixtures to enhance or highlight specific features or areas. Light can also be used to create a sense of depth, contrast, and mood and improve energy efficiency and sustainability by reducing the need for artificial lighting.