The economic use of warm, directed light from low-voltage halogen lamps creates an intimate and mysteriously dramatic, man-made environment. Starpoint pendant luminaires highlight points of interest in the room, while grazing light from recessed luminaires emphasise the lively structures of the walls.
Instead of a diffuse brightness, Kashef preferred to use Pollux low-voltage spotlights, which, being point light sources, set individual lighting accents in the half-light of the room. In this way, they add dramatic lighting effects to the architecture. Pollux spotlights are ideally suited for picking out objects from the darkness, such as a piece of graphic art, especially when used in conjunction with the framing attachment.