Light Engineering  Vertical Lighting by Βάση Γνώσεων Le Corbusier defined architecture as "the masterly, correct and magnificent interplay of masses brought together in light". His skill in the use of space and volume was consummate - but he would envy modern designers the options they have today for shaping and forming light itself as a medium. With light, spaces can be defined and reinterpreted time and time again. Looking at walls and other surfaces, it becomes clear that these are decisive for the appreciation of architectural form: illuminated walls allow us to perceive the form and dimensions of a space; they make the entire space seem bright. A wall which is evenly illuminated gives an impression of being almost intangible. Objects such as photos, posters or paintings can be optimally viewed. Moda Light 2010-2011 c(110901.1)