OFFICE GALLERY

Professional Indoor Lighting

Our know-how in the professional LED lighting industry combines with our dynamic and modern perception of architectural lighting to create a series of highly technological products. The collection is distinguished by a wide range of highly performing luminaires and reflectors with LED lighting power that meet the countless needs of indoor lighting in different sectors and applications.

Enhancing space

Our indoor LED lighting range seeks to add value to works of art, whether they are displayed in a showcase, on a desk, in a museum or on the faces of the people around us. We primarily focus on our indoor lighting designs to guarantee energy efficiency and visual comfort in the Offices, workplace, museums, or elsewhere. Our professional LED lights incorporate the best possible optics of superior technology, with contemporary design to create light that inspires and captures emotion. We use frontiers of innovation such as colour rendering and consistency, human centric lighting and connectivity in order to achieve our desired goal.

In the office area, professional, sensor-controlled lighting management guarantees lighting in line with requirements and saves energy costs. Luminaires in open offices use smart-sensor technology to dim or even deactivate at unoccupied workplaces, depending on the amount of natural daylight .Attractive, creatively stimulating and flexible office worlds is a considerable part of office equipment is still observed quantitatively – the lighting. Although light is of essential importance in knowledge-oriented work environment that focuses on people: light can significantly contribute to the quality of the room and support dialogue and concentration. We show you what lighting concepts look like that meet the needs of a dynamic, digitally networked society.

Office lighting needs to fulfil a variety of requirements: in every project. Designers are faced with the challenge of bringing together normative specifications, economic targets, constructional conditions and design aspects into a single concept. A theoretical model of lighting functions helps to evaluate the quality of lighting not just according to purely quantitative criteria such as illumination or energy efficiency figures. It separates lighting from the static cubic room to focus on the utilization of the spatial situation – the interior, the façade and also the exterior.
In this way the function becomes clear: should a room area represent, guide, make concentrated work possible, support open communication or provide inspiration and change?

The model of the lighting functions enables designers to flexibly respond to a high diversity of architectural situations and work methods within an increasingly dynamic world of work, as well as modularly grouping lighting tasks and scaling room areas according to needs.
It is ideal as the basis for qualitative, perception-orientated lighting design. At the start of each lighting project, it is important for lighting designers to ask the following three questions for each required functional area:
Why do we illuminate? Which corporate-strategic, architectural or functional significance does the room or room zone have?
What can light achieve? Which office tasks can be supported via lighting to optimise the use of the room?
What is the ideal lighting solution? Which individual lighting strategy and methods of lighting are suitable as the basis for lighting design?