Bright accents highlight objects and architectural details. The light must be clearly more calibrated in respect to the general lighting in order to catch the observer’s attention. However, this “trick” works if the light is used infrequently in that specific space, for example upon objects, architectural details or single walls. Too much of general light removes the effect wished.
The light planning aims to give value to architectural qualities of the monuments by respecting their own characteristics through a lighting focused to mark the architectural historical features and by keeping harmony with the perspective elements of the context and by recreating real ways of urban use.