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Office lighting


Below left: Jep by Spectral. Below: Zumtobel provided an all-LED system for the offices of the Alexander Bürkle Group in Germany.


suspended direct/indirect luminaire with a stylish curved lens and frame that breaks the mould of corporate luminaire design. The curved design runs counter to the angular designs that currently populate the corporate luminaire market, making it an appealing choice for the adventurous lighting designer or specifier. It is also available in wall mounted and ceiling mounted versions. Floorstanding luminaires are a great choice for corporate environments, as they offer flexibility and valuable task lighting and ambience features. SOEL is a floorstanding luminaire that will blend equally well into modern furnished installations or more elaborate architectural interiors. It features 30W of directional downward LEDs fitted with special lenses to create precise, cut-off lighting distribution. This design feature ensures the LEDs will illuminate just the working area and nothing else – hence total efficiency is


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guaranteed. To balance this intensive downlight element, a switchable fluorescent uplight component emits a soft ambient light effect to create a fully direct/indirect light source. SOEL is officially launched in summer 2011. It’s only a matter of time before LEDs are used throughout all office environments.


Contact


Fagerhult 0207 403 4123 www.fagerhult.co.uk


RELCO Group UK 01933 271 472 www.relcogroupuk.co.uk Spectral 01279 450 882 www.spectral-lighting.co.uk Thorn Lighting 0208 732 9898 www.thornlighting.co.uk Zumtobel Lighting 020 8589 1800 www.zumtobel.co.uk


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