Connection boxes can be located behind drywall
Why can the connections of a recessed luminaire be buried in drywall, but not in junction boxes?
The light will be exactly where it is later in the future and in sight.
Hiding a junction box only creates problems for everyone involved. When something goes wrong or you decide to try something and you have to rip it up to achieve it, you don't want to hide it again. Finding things, getting to them safely without damaging the wires, and especially finding them when you don't even suspect that there is one, is a real problem.
My old house has both hidden boxes and powered button and tube connectors that, thanks to the previous owner, were reused in his "complete rewiring of the house". When wiring buttons and tubes, boxes are not used at all, but almost everywhere they wanted. Fixing bugs is terrible.
If you don't want to see junction boxes, avoid them by planning the connections.
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