; The Lux Studio by Jaquar Lights where Space, Time, and Light merge.

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The Lux Studio by Jaquar Lights where space, time and light merge

JAN 16, 2023 | By Team ELLE DECOR India
Jaquar Lux Studio is a first-of-its-kind light studio where a wide range of architectural lighting solutions are shown in an applied scenario; Photograph courtesy Jaquar
The design of the experience amalgamates matte minimalism driven by surface textures and a dark, edgier aesthetic emphasising contrasts; Photograph courtesy Jaquar
One of the leading brands in architectural lighting, Jaquar Lighting has a wide range of innovative and energy-efficient lighting solutions from home to office, decorative to outdoor, from gorgeous chandeliers to unique LED-based smart solutions; Photograph courtesy Jaquar
The Lux studio was imagined as a space where the boundaries between architecture and light are blurred; Photograph courtesy Jaquar
Designed to be flexible, the space is both a blank canvas for lighting experiments, making allowance for tests and trials and at the same time the setting itself is a showcase of lighting capability and possibilities; Photograph courtesy Jaquar

The Lux Studio by Jaquar—a bespoke architectural light experience at MG Road, Delhi is the first-of-its-kind light studio where a wide range of architectural lighting solutions are displayed in an applied scenario. 

As aptly put by the designers of the space, Harmeet Singh Issar and Nivedita Sehrawat of Design Matrix—“It was imagined as a space where the boundaries between architecture and light are blurred; where the three constructs of space, time and light merge together to create an experience that is unpretentious, unexpected, fluid in form and program, and dignified yet engaging.”

The design of the experience centre for lighting typically tends to fall into two categories- the first being white, matte minimalism driven by surface textures and the second being a dark, edgier aesthetic emphasising contrasts. The design for Lux Studio amalgamates and represents both these approaches: with dark, solid, charcoal grey walls contrasting against luminous, textural ‘light’ partitions. Both sit side by side in an amorphous, sinuous plan. Designed to be flexible, the space is both a blank canvas for lighting experiments: making allowance for tests and trials, and evaluation of light/light quality inside the dark room; at the same time the setting itself is a showcase of lighting capability and possibilities.

Today Jaquar Lighting is one of the leading brands in architectural lighting having a wide range of innovative and energy-efficient lighting solutions from home to office, decorative to outdoor, from gorgeous chandeliers to unique LED-based smart solutions. In fact, Jaquar lighting carries forward the legacy of Jaquar bath where the thrust has always been on creating new parameters of design, quality and customer satisfaction. 

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