Natural or artificial lighting can also create different atmospheres, awakening emotions and conveying certain messages. For example, have you ever noticed the difference between warm and cold light? The former creates a more natural and cozy effect, so they are also more comfortable for the eyes and provide a greater feeling of intimacy and well-being.
The crystal room, the rage room, the music room, the library room, are all environments that facilitate Emotional Design, leaving those who use them to experience certain emotions more at ease. It is therefore worthwhile to understand the desire behind the construction of an environment and to focus on objects, colours and furnishings that provide greater comfort and functionality, but above all that create emotions.
The Emotional Design and the importance of emotions within architecture as in any other sector is now recognized precisely because it is one of the primary needs of each of us.