Zumtobel Lighting has supplied an energy-efficient lighting solution that includes a lighting control system and a central battery system, for the new Faculty of Business and Law at the University of the West of England, Bristol.
Keeping in mind energy efficiency, aesthetics and low maintenance, Zumtobel have created a stylish installation with maximum performance using MELLOW LIGHT V, SLOTLIGHT infinity, LINCOR and PANOS evolution luminaires all across the building.
The installation was carried out by Whitehead Building Services, Zumtobel have created a lighting solution similar to that of natural daylight in all the circulation spaces, with their PANOS evolution luminaires. The LED downlight range has a colour rendering index of Ra > 80, a choice of three luminaire luminous flux packages with 1000 lm, 1800 lm or 2400 lm and is available in either warm (3000 K) or intermediate (4000 K) colour temperature.
PANOS evolution is not visible and blends into the architecture, rendering powerful and efficient illumination. The restrooms are also illuminated with PANOS evolution.
SLOTLIGHT infinity was deployed in the circulation spaces creating an excellent, continuous flow of illumination with no shadows, providing an eye-catching, streamlined strip of uniform light. LINCOR direct/indirect pendant luminaires were used to illuminate the office spaces and mock court suites. LINCOR has a slim and unobtrusive design and helped in enhancing elegance, its contemporary minimalism also elevated room axes and architectural concepts.
MELLOW LIGHT V was installed in office areas providing perfectly dispersed LED points that deliver perfect illumination of the workspace, helping to prevent glare and the so-called ‘cave effect’.
The result is an eye-catching, contemporary installation with engaging spaces that work in unison with the new, refreshed facility. It also offers pleasant colour temperatures and the option to adjust them to an individual’s preference to support users with all activities.