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How do we illuminate the working environment?

For us, the intelligent use of daylight and customized, energy-efficient artificial lighting is an attribute belonging to future-oriented office buildings. With our designs and documentation, we support all of the sustainability certifications.

When it comes to working in open rooms, focus boxes or flexible workstations, we draw on different kinds of light. The use of exterior spaces also increases the wide variety of options available for working and communicating in different locations. Each location in the future office building B-One in Berlin, from town hall to rooftop terrace, has a lighting design that corresponds to its function and the matching atmosphere.

At the Swiss Allianz Headquarters in Zurich, the combination of free-standing and table luminaires and light objects with a thought-out natural lighting design fulfills the rigorous functional and energy requirements. The light underscores the architectural concept of a prestigious yet comfortable office atmosphere.

New standards are also being set by the Heinrich Campus for Deloitte in Düsseldorf. Differently designed areas offer space for performing different types of work. A lighting system controlled by smart technologies provides optimal lighting conditions, good energy efficiency and a considerable degree of individuality.

The same is true for the Zebra office building in Frankfurt, where natural and artificial light complement each other perfectly. The luminaires have sensors to measure the daylight and regulate the artificial lighting. The striking facade lighting reinforces the building's identity at night and helps people connect Deloitte with its place of work.

In the office Zebra , the most diverse lighting moods are created. Concentrated work alone, lounges to active workshops. The light accompanies the use.

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