Fibre optics, why this lighting choice?

the three most suited colours here to the coffee shop environment are orange, green and white. The blue and pink often come with the party lifestyle there would suit a place more noisy like in a night club. The lighting colour is important as it will create a certain mood in it's selected location. Although the light against the wood will create an elegance, I must be certain that I choose the best colour. Dark birch wood with the white glow will create a clear minimalist feel but may seem too minimalist and allow the product to become 'cold'. Dark birchwood with the orange glow will still pass for ambient however the orange may create too much of a modern twist as it is a common colour associated with new sleek products, however it could work. I thought using green with the dark wood would create a neutral feel and allow the product to result in how I intended for it to remain as low tech and natural as possible. This idea is so that the table can pass off a natural feel onto it's users to minimise force and sustain comfort.

fibre optic tubing as a choice of lighting

The three most suited colours here to the coffee shop environment are orange, green and white. The blue and pink often come with the party lifestyle there would suit a place more noisy like in a night club. The lighting colour is important as it will create a certain mood in it’s selected location. Although the light against the wood will create an elegance, I must be certain that I choose the best colour. Dark birch wood with the white glow will create a clear minimalist feel but may seem too minimalist and allow the product to become ‘cold’. Dark birchwood with the orange glow will still pass for ambient however the orange may create too much of a modern twist as it is a common colour associated with new sleek products, however it could work. I thought using green with the dark wood would create a neutral feel and allow the product to result in how I intended for it to remain as low tech and natural as possible. This idea is so that the table can pass off a natural feel onto it’s users to minimise force and sustain comfort.

 

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