Originally Posted by cholden
I think it looks cool. Your detail is hi-tech, but your lighting is not. Each light in your scene is represented by a big obvious light source with a light under it (besides the sun of course). Since this isn't a barn, it could be worthwhile to research how modern facilities handle their lighting.
Great examples inside of airplanes and movie theaters. They have track lighting on the floor to guide patrons and most major lights use indirect lighting (as in, a covered light directed over a large wall surface to illuminate a room without people attention draw by a harsh, bright light bulb).
This is something often overlooked, but very important to the believability of your scene.
That's a great idea. I was actually browsing some modern architecture sites the other day but it's hard to find pictures of corporate projects. I'm considering buying a book on architectural lighting to have a better understanding of it, if anyone can recommend a good but not so expensive one please let me know!
I also found a cool site which sells all kinds of lights for theaters, bars etc... some really good stuff here: http://www.calilighting.com/
Thanks again guys, your feedback has been really useful