Commercial Lighting’s Value to Architect Wey Lee – Mark Architectural Lighting

August 16, 2016
Mark Architectural Lighting is transforming modern office lighting design as we know it with customizable tunable lighting solutions. For more on Mark Architectural Lighting, visit: https://www.acuitybrands.com/brands/lighting/mark-architectural-lighting Wey Lee is a loyal customer of Mark Architectural Lighting. Since Junior High School, he has worked toward his dream of becoming an architect. Today, Wey is an Associate Member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Principal of Environetics. Environetics is a leading firm in sustainable interior and architectural design. In this video, Wey explains the importance tailored commercial lighting solutions have in architectural design. Wey believes in strategic and nuanced lighting levels; every space should have a distinct and deliberate type of lighting. Reception lighting cannot be the same as office lighting which has to be different than conference room lighting. Wey has found the tunable capabilities from Mark Architectural Lighting highly effective for impactful architectural lighting: it allows him to change the ambiance and function of a space without changing out commercial light fixtures. This has proven to be a valuable asset in his work and building a successful career as an architect in New York. Wey’s a frequent customer of Mark Architectural Lighting because they have the right product for any architectural lighting need, and the Mark team is collaborative in helping him find the best office lighting solution for any project. For more information about Mark Architectural Lighting, please see: https://www.acuitybrands.com/brands/lighting/mark-architectural-lighting To learn more about Mark Architectural Lighting’s parent company, Acuity Brands, visit: https://www.acuitybrands.com/
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