Architectural lighting design, initial and operating costs, balancing energy efficiency factors, having light effects in harmony with the original architectural character ensure that the building has adequate lighting in the area where it is located. Lighting designers use lighting physiology and psychology to make use of lighting devices that are compatible with architectural language in the most efficient way.



The effect of facades, objects, or vegetation on people depends largely on the design of the lighting. The designer determines how the effect will be. Our engineers are designing luminaries that suit the effect we want to create.



In lighting, there is a need for energy. Everyone, including manufacturers, designers and users, is responsible for the use of limited resources. EAE Lighting acting in line with a responsible consumption concept in the use of raw materials and energy resources. Our goal is to optimize lighting efficiency without neglecting user needs for quality lighting and visual comfort.



The developments in lighting technology also show that light cannot be explained only by numbers and multiplicity, but it also leads to the development of a perception with effects on visual physiology. The lighting, also called the 4th dimension in the architecture, requires the designers to work with the correct lighting luminaries. EAE Laboratories are equipped to open up the way to design high-quality lighting devices for as much product safety as possible.



Architectural lighting is a strong issue for companies that is engaged in communicate corporate identity. The lighting concept and lighting choice are combined to create a stunning look. Corporate culture is strengthened for staff and visitors. It is ensured that the building is perceived as a meaningful light art in urban space at night. Facades are the first noticed architectural elements. At nights, the direction and color of the light are determined. The appearance of the facades allows different effects to be created due to the direction change of the daylight during the day. By using different light distributions and lighting control systems, it is possible to give a unique look to buildings at nights. The components and areas of a bright facade can be distinguished and make a difference.