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Office lighting


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Who said lighting in offices has to be boring? Today’s office lighting is breaking barriers in terms of light output, efficiency, and looks. Plus there’s the whole controls side to consider. Giving staff personal control of the lighting around his or her’s work zone means everyone is happy. Fagerhult recently scooped the international Red Dot Design Award for its Wrap luminaire. Offering a unique interpretation of traditional design principles, Wrap takes the concept that "form must follow function" to its limits. ‘Wrap is, essentially, a classical product; a suspended workplace luminaire based on standard T5 lamps. Within these


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The latest developments for office lighting.


parameters we wanted to offer a fresh take with a new innovative design and functional solutions. The reward of a Red Dot has really vindicated this approach,’ explains Fagerhult’s sales and marketing director, Jo Harding. Wrap is intended for general and workplace lighting for offices, schools and other public places. The development was grounded on Fagerhults knowledge on how artificial light can make people feel and work better; manifesting itself in a luminaire which provides an efficient, pleasant and glare-free light with a minimum of energy consumption. Wrap, designed by Ola Granlund and Leif


Igelström, is developed within the Fagerhult sub-brand Art of Light which celebrates innovative and unexpected lighting solutions which break new ground. Wrap is the fourth Fagerhult fixture to be awarded a Red Dot since the collection launched in 2005.


In anticipation of the forthcoming changes to lighting industry standards to improve the efficiency and quality of office lighting, Thorn has launched a new range of modular fluorescent luminaires: Menlo³. The dual component design with market leading light output achieves efficacies of up to 62 luminaire lumens/circuit watt, far exceeding the target value of EU building


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