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Rooms where you see and are seen

Communication areas are not only corridors, it may as well be a streak through the office.

Lighting can help to clarify various functions of the room and contribute towards the structure of an open office. A more efficient use of communication areas – for example paper management or storage spaces – places increased demands on the lighting. Recessed Multilume Dropped provides an effective and comfortable light; some of the light reaches the ceiling which contributes to the sense of space. Downlights positioned along the ceiling edge creates variation within the lit environment.

Products

Multilume Dropped

A recessed luminaire for most types of suspended ceilings. The opal louvre lowers the suspended ceiling's surface and creates ambient light on the ceiling.

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Pleiad Comfort G3 Surface mounted

A surface-mounted downlight for where recessed installation is not an option. The luminaire has very good light properties with a mechanical louvre at 45°.

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A corridor consistent a long glass partition with meeting rooms and offices. The lighting in this area must not dazzle those working inside of the rooms, yet still provide an optimal journey through the space. Since we can only work with the ceiling and the wall opposite, we have opted for a corner-mounted luminaire (Vidi) that provides attractive incident light in the ceiling and on the wall. The art on the walls is accentuated with recessed spotlights (Easy LED). By focusing on both the ceiling and the walls it brings life to a space which may have been perceived as gloomy and boring.

Products

Vidi 1

A corridor luminaire with T5 installed where the ceiling and wall meet. The light is distributed on the ceiling and wall for a varied light experience and distinct sense of space.

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Easy with LED

A series of small, round downlights. Fixed or tiltable/rotatable in various sizes and various distribution angles.

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