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It is necessary to install small down lights in the ceiling to maintain a certain level of illumination, but lighting a space from different heights and angles with the usage of floor and table lamps adds to spatial effects. By planning lighting to initially include freestanding lights like the table and floor lamps, it is possible to minimize installed lights and effectively use the designed lamps. For example, in a dining room, the table is usually lit from the ceiling, but it is also important to think about lighting in a way to make it easy for people to see each other across the table. It is important to imagine the scene as well as consider the natural light and layout plan. Traditionally, architects planned lighting, but planning lighting with a lighting designer is a good way to do it. A lighting planner creates the concept that meets the client’s image, then plans the basic design, executes it, supervises the plan, and adjusts the light angles and dimness at the site before the handover. It is ideal to have the architect, interior designer and the lighting designer discuss the design and lighting effects together. The design fee and contract are different per designer depending on the work time and space, but the average fee is about 1 to 2 percent of the whole construction cost.