When you work on singular projects, you usually receive proposals that are complicated to execute, mainly in lighting, but also in other types of installations.
It is when the creativity of the installer or, in my case, the Technical Manager comes into play to fulfill the expectations of the architect, designer and property.
Knowing how to understand the effect that is sought with a point of light on the edge of a stair step or in the lamp that hangs in the concrete corner or the reason of the socket in the planter is essential to execute it correctly.
Getting the cable to that point is usually a real headache.
Sometimes strictly complying with regulations is completely impossible. You often navigate the edge of regulation. Obviously, one thing is the design and another is the norm, although the safety of the user must always prevail above all else.
Finding that balance is executing the job perfectly.