Without light no life, without lighting not a home..
It is easy to explain why everyone feels so at home in a GRIFFNER house: One special feature of each GRIFFNER house is that the extensive glazing produces a harmonious dialogue between the interior and the world outside, creating a home environment that is flooded with light.
Light is a key design element here and should be consciously utilised when designing your new home. The aim is to generate a perfect balance between natural and artificial light, the different sources of light, the play between light and shade and the light tones selected for the home.
Ideally, the lighting should be taken into consideration at a very early stage when designing a GRIFFNER house. The effect created by light will vary depending on its colour, brightness and contrast. You should therefore plan the lighting round the house carefully to set off your interior to best effect. A brightly lit room without accents or shadow can easily make it look monotonous, for example.
Different lighting is also important to ensure you have the best light for whatever you’re doing. Some tasks require more light than others. To cater for this, you should opt for a combination of lights and lamps with different intensities and colours, distributing them around the entire space. Standard lamps of various shapes and colours may be particularly important as they offer wide scope for usage.
So take the opportunity of talking to us at the outset about your ideas for a successful lighting scheme. Besides the look and impact of lighting, light also plays a key role in physical and mental well-being. A GRIFFNER house has a lot to offer here: a professional lighting concept combined with natural building materials.