The challenge of the project was to highlight an architectural element, that of a circular column, which is repeated in the architectural shell, creating interesting entrances to the individual spaces. Thus, the circle and by extension the curve, in its most open form, was incorporated into the lighting concept and became the main pillar of the design.
Specifically, the lighting proposal included custom circular luminaires of varying diameters, which add rhythm and an interesting flow to the space, as well as custom curved lines, which “embrace” the columns, defining their shape and highlighting their leading role in the space.
In addition to the architectural factor, a key objective of the office lighting was to respect the specialized needs of the users. For this reason, the choice of luminaires was based on technical characteristics that provide uniformity and visual comfort for the users, while at the same time offering a high aesthetic quality that is comparable to the use of the space.
Thus, the combination of creativity and concentration required in an office space is achieved both through the form and positioning of the luminaires and through the technical excellence that characterizes them.