The Villa Noord-Brabant is located in the Netherlands, and DPL Architecture took special attention to light the abode in a specific manner. According to DesignBoom, "the deliberate choice for indirect LED lights accentuates the clean lines of the exterior... [and] a spatial effect is created on the interior through the utilization of fixtures that present the illusion of three-dimensional light-columns."
Usually many individuals consider the lighting as an afterthought, but after examining this house by DPL Europe it's clear that these small details make a significant difference. At night, the house looks much larger for example due to the placement of various illuminators. Moreover, the lighting helps to create a certain mood for the home, allowing people to feel more comfortable and cozy with the different hues used in the rooms.
Photo Credits: designboom, dpl-europe
Meticulously Lit Architecture
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