The Most Difficult Lighting Situation
Lighting designer Randall Whitehead, IALD, describes his biggest challenge.
Describe your most difficult lighting situation.
The first situation that came to mind is trying to screw in light bulbs while standing on a donkey. The second most challenging situation is when the design team is not working together. It is always best that everyone is collaborative. That means that the lighting designer, interior designer, contractor, kitchen & bath designer and the clients are working together as a team. The best projects are a result of a cohesive design where all of the elements flow together.
Randall Whitehead, IALD
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