Light | Surfaces | Materials
When we illuminate an interior we create a luminous environment designed for a specific set of visual and psychological needs: the protagonist of this environment is the man who places himself as the main recipient of a design that, even in terms of lighting, must pay attention to quality. overall architecture.
De Ponte Studio Architects, in his projects, always pays great attention to the use of natural and artificial light in relation to the architectural space, the use of its materials and their relationship with light. For this reason, within the studio there is a Unit which, in addition to developing decorative and architectural lighting products projects, develops research and experiments on Light and on Materials related to architecture in order to create new scenarios and new perceptions of space.
In our projects, we bring to life a sensory, intense and customizable experience of use through light, which allows you to experience a space with solutions of extreme comfort. This can happen both through a careful choice of luminaires and light sources that relate and interact in an “active” way with surfaces and materials, and through the use of innovative management and control technologies designed to create dynamic light scenarios. and communication.
De Ponte Studio Architectspays a lot of attention to LIGHTand SURFACESin his projects; he designs them as if they were a tailored, unique and made-to-measure suit.
Today the relationships that are generated between the skin of the building, its interior and the light constitute an increasingly lively, important and vital path in the architectural project. In the evolution of architecture and design, the interrelationships between the surfaces of buildings, the skin of objects, expressed through the material and their “reactivity” to LIGHT, are manifested according to new design processes and methods capable of creating new languages.
The intimate relationship between LIGHTand MATERIAnever shirks from this design process: recognizing light matter means, in this perspective, being closer to the object and to the architectural space, to its global essence, ultimately to dialogue with its profound identity, on a tactile level, of the effect it produces, of the feelings it generates.
The new surfaces such as three-dimensional textures and wood paneling linked to light are an ideal solution for characterizing parts of buildings and interiors through the use of special coatings that characterize the environment in which they are applied.
Designing SURFACES and LIGHT with a new vision means obtaining unique, elegant and always different solutions, where the treatment and modeling of the “matter” releases all its beauty necessary to customize the building and the environments it contains.