The team of HUB Lighting & Innovation by Kafkas undertook the lighting of an apartment in Nea Smyrni with minimal design. The lighting proposal included pure and clean lines, following the architectural design, while one of the main challenges of the lighting was the anthracite color that dominates both furniture and several surfaces.
Due to this particularity, greater focus on lighting was required in order to achieve the desired level of brightness while allowing the lighting to blend in with the architectural design.
The combination of general and cove lighting enhances the sense of three-dimensionality in the space, while at the same time allowing the user flexibility, which was also a requirement.
The need for collaboration between architecture and lighting is evident in this project through the bathroom spaces and in particular the use of fluted glass in the doors, an element that gave an interesting particularity. Its vertical grooves add texture to the space, while at the same time filtering the light by diffusing it evenly and adding the required privacy.