In contemporary spaces, lighting can become more than a functional source of light. Instead, as shown by respected designers, lighting can combine with art to create aesthetic effects that change the very way in which we experience and view the spaces we all live and work in. All that’s needed to take a light from nothing more than a light source to something that can change a space and how it’s viewed is a bit of creativity. There are plenty of designers out there willing to break the rules, and it means there are new and interesting applications for lighting emerging all the time. From installation artists to interior design companies; there are so many people experimenting with new ways to use light as art. In terms of contemporary interior design, light is changing the landscape like never before. There are new innovations, and bulbs are more versatile than ever before. All this does is give more power to the creative people coming up with ways to make better use of lighting. Here are some just some examples of how light is being used as an extension of art in interior designs and galleries.