When you think about all the elements of interior design, from space and form to colour and texture, light is arguably the most important. Without its illumination, the entire design of a space is insignificant. Either natural or man-made, lighting sets a mood and an ambience. It brings colours to life, gives depth to patterns and highlights different textures, creating a beautiful display of light and shadow.
Of course, creating the perfect lighting scheme is much more involved than screwing in a light bulb or finding the perfect pendant light to brighten up the kitchen. Beautiful lighting is a work of art and, if done correctly, it can be a sustainable aesthetic as well.
“We’re not just selling lights, we are selling a solution,” explains Prosperity Group Managing Director Wilhelm Cheng. “Lighting and architecture blend together. So, while we are a lighting supplier, we also see ourselves as ambassadors of green, sustainability and art.”
Take the Group’s cave project, for instance. This design earned Prosperity Group three Asian Lighting Design Awards and two Chinese Lighting Awards. Following its philosophy of functionality and aestheticism, this bespoke lighting design ensured the conservation and sustainability of the cave while maximising its natural beauty as a geological resource.
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