• Light must be an integral element of architecture.
  • Light must, through its form and material, support or enhance the architecture.
  • Light has to create mood and atmosphere to fit human demands (function, intention).
  • Light is a statement and carries a message.
  • Light works as proof to space and time which are equally locations of culture and socialisation.
  • Light has to respect communication.
  • Light is measured by human needs.
  • Light has to engage with respect to the historical context of a building and connect its past with its present.