From daylighting to master planning and everything in between, we have done it all when it comes to lighting design.
Note that this is an outline of the typical services provided by UMAYA Lighting Design. Please contact us to discuss any potential projects and receive a full fee proposal with detailed scope of services and deliverables.
LIGHTING MASTER PLANNING
In large scale and urban development projects a lighting master plan is necessary to guarantee the aesthetical and performance consistency of the project.
LIGHTING CONTROL DESIGN
The comprehensive design of a lighting control system not only provides tremendous savings in energy costs, but also enhances the overall lighting experience of a project, through the use of scenes and specific behaviours.
With rising energy costs and an increasing number of green-building certifications across the globe, daylight studies have become an invaluable tool to forecast daylight ingress in buildings, plan mitigation or harvesting strategies, and develop lighting and control schemes accordingly.
LIGHTING PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Given the complexity of large-scale project, with stakeholders usually in different locations and with opposing interests, Lighting Project Management is always the right option to streamline processes, avoid unnecessary costs and reduce time.
Sometimes the perfect luminaire for a space or application does not exist; this could be for a variety of reasons like size, finish, performance, technology or aesthetics.
ENERGY SAVING STUDIES
Lighting retrofit, control re-configuration or even fitting replacement have become common practices, specially in large-scale commercial, industrial and hospitality projects, due to rising electrical bills and the advancement of lighting technologies in terms of efficiency and life span.
With increasing budget constraints most projects enter a downward spiral of cost-saving exercises, which lead to meagre aesthetical results and poor quality products. At UMAYA Lighting Design we follow a conscious and realistic value-engineering process, by identifying what is essential, what is preferable and what is secondary in a project.
“Every great design begins
with an even better story.“
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