We work with light and visual perception in the built environment. We aim to arrive at coherent and intelligent lighting solutions that meet the specific requirements of our clients. Our work addresses aesthetics, functionality and sustainability in a balanced way. We also make it a priority to fulfil social needs: we make use of human factors and ergonomics to optimise a sense of well-being in all our projects. We collaborate creatively with a wide variety of partners: real estate developers, private clients, architectural practices, landscape designers, sustainability consultants, engineering firms and public sector entities. Our designs express a visual hierarchy in the built environment that responds organically to the unique context of each project. In order to sharpen, enrich and advance our professional practice we take an active role in research activities and in international conferences.
Athanassios / Thanos Danilof
Athanassios Danilof is an architectural lighting designer and consultant, based in Athens and active exclusively in this field since 2005. He has completed a large number of lighting projects in the built environment, both in the public and private sectors and has received awards in international competitions. His visual planning projects include urban and rural landscapes, museums, landmarks, artistic installations, residential and commercial buildings. He holds an MSc in Light & Lighting from the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies – UCL (University College London) 2004, an MSc in Engineering Management 2003 and a BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Brunel University London 2002. In parallel to his professional activities and before focusing entirely on his professional practice, Athanassios has conducted research in the field of Urban Lighting History and Master-planning Theory as a PhD. Candidate at the School of Architecture of the National Technical University of Athens. He has given talks on architectural lighting internationally ( Rome, New York, Sao Paulo, Tokyo).