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Green Places Community Clubhouse Design Firm Chooses Vibia Lighting to Brighten a Taiwanese Community Center In Tainan City, Tawain, architect Keng-Fu Lo from  Chain10 Architecture & Interior Design Institute, created the Green Places Community Clubhouse, an innovative shared space he designed as a “living being.” Offering dining, exercise, learning, and event areas, the clubhouse is both inspired by nature and a way to connect people to it. In addition to a landscaped outdoor plaza, a reflecting pool wrapping the building, and unobstructed views of the nearby hills, the décor includes indoor trees and organic-themed lighting and furniture. The building, powered by solar energy and constructed of eco-friendly and sustainable materials, is distinguished by its undulating, curved form and stacked, free-flowing floors that nod to the rippling water of the pond below. Swooping ceilings situated at different heights create a dynamic sense of movement, while continuous, contoured glass windows usher in light and link the indoors and out. In the entrance area, a gently arced wall is adorned with an Origami installation. The surface-mounted design by Ramón Esteve is at once a source of light and work of art. Inspired by the Japanese paper folding for which it’s named, Origami is composed of dimensional modules in customised arrangements that cast an ambient LED-powered halo around each component. The architectural display rises and falls across the wall like natural climbing ivy, establishing a subtle dialogue with the enclosed tree directly across from it. In the kitchen area, Jordi Vilardell and Meritxell Vidal’s Match pendant is suspended over two different conference tables used for cooking classes. The fixture’s slim metal rods capped with LED light terminals form jagged focal points in the open space, it’s delicate yet dramatic profile evoking the irregular rhythm of spider web overhead.

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Green Places Community Clubhouse
Design Firm Chooses Vibia Lighting to Brighten a Taiwanese Community Center In Tainan City, Tawain, architect Keng-Fu Lo from  Chain10 Architecture & Interior Design Institute, created the Green Places Community Clubhouse, an innovative shared space he designed as a “living being.” Offering dining, exercise, learning, and event areas, the clubhouse is both inspired by nature and a way to connect people to it. In addition to a landscaped outdoor plaza, a reflecting pool wrapping the building, and unobstructed views of the nearby hills, the décor includes indoor trees and organic-themed lighting and furniture. The building, powered by solar energy and constructed of eco-friendly and sustainable materials, is distinguished by its undulating, curved form and stacked, free-flowing floors that nod to the rippling water of the pond below. Swooping ceilings situated at different heights create a dynamic sense of movement, while continuous, contoured glass windows usher in light and link the indoors and out. In the entrance area, a gently arced wall is adorned with an Origami installation. The surface-mounted design by Ramón Esteve is at once a source of light and work of art. Inspired by the Japanese paper folding for which it’s named, Origami is composed of dimensional modules in customised arrangements that cast an ambient LED-powered halo around each component. The architectural display rises and falls across the wall like natural climbing ivy, establishing a subtle dialogue with the enclosed tree directly across from it. In the kitchen area, Jordi Vilardell and Meritxell Vidal’s Match pendant is suspended over two different conference tables used for cooking classes. The fixture’s slim metal rods capped with LED light terminals form jagged focal points in the open space, it’s delicate yet dramatic profile evoking the irregular rhythm of spider web overhead.
Zillow Group
Seattle-based Zillow Group opened its first office in Arizona for its new division, Zillow Offers. The company wanted a space that could not only promote collaboration but could also attract potential new employees. The design team set out to create an environment that could serve multiple functions and was highly creative, incorporating corporate workstation best practices and maximizing the space for future growth. To fulfill these needs while also representing the new business focused on residential real estate, the workspace was divided into three neighborhoods with a central circulation route, as well as a lobby that resembles a front porch. The space exudes a warm and welcoming feeling, courtesy of accent carpets, decorative wallcoverings, and unique features such as a break room inspired by the design of a farmhouse kitchen. A multi-functional, backyard-inspired area provides a place for employees to relax or to host large training sessions. To elevate the design and illuminate the residential details, ID+ 4.5" Cylinders were installed in the reception area and continue down the entry hallway, leading guests and employees through the open workstation area section of the office. Seem 4 Suspended luminaires deliver optimal illumination over the workstations. ID+ 3.5" x 3.5" downlights support task lighting needs in multi-functional areas such as conference rooms and the café while maintaining a discrete profile. Architect: Corgan Photographer: Kurt Griesbach
Wintrust Customer Contact Center
Based in the suburbs of Chicago, Wintrust, a financial services company, sought to create a customer contact center that was attractive and suitable to develop a communal office culture. Having successfully executed projects together in the past, Wintrust commissioned Stantec to design the space. Their focus on designing with the community in mind and the value they place in their client relationships made them an ideal partner for this project. Stantec knew the space needed to break the mold of call centers and the stereotype of suburban offices. Their goal was to create a destination, a location clients and employees wanted to experience. Drawing inspiration from recent urban tech spaces the company had designed, Stantec created an office that is reminiscent of a downtown office, functional, and unique. The space has an industrial aesthetic that can be experienced starting in the elevator lobby which features a concrete floor, a wall with perforated steel signage and a laser-cut logo, and an exposed ceiling where Seem 2 luminaires are suspended in a custom pattern. The patterns of Seem 2 suspended luminaires were designed to follow the pathways from the lobby and to take into account the abundant natural light to create a harmonious design. Architect: Stantec Photographer: Wayne Cable
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CLEAN II Some situations demand light in its purest form: when maximum concentration is required. When hygiene and resistance are top priority. When every inch of a room needs to be brightly illuminated. In a hospital, a laboratory, a food production facility. The supreme and industry versions of Zumtobel's CLEAN II take on these special lighting tasks. With their ultra-resistant, discreet design, they focus on what's essential: pure light. tunableWhite technology provides additional support, and perfect white light quality. The design of the CLEAN II provides a perfect framework for light. With its cutting-edge technology, the second-generation product continues the legacy of the CLEAN luminaire family, a long-standing member of Zumtobel's portfolio. Its streamlined structure adapts seamlessly to any spatial conditions and requirements. Especially in laboratories, hospitals and industrial production facilities, the essential components of the technical equipment run through the ceiling and the available installation space must be used efficiently. In practice, the reduced luminaire height means easier installation and maintenance. For project designers, it means more freedom at the design stage. And thanks to the consistent positive-locking and smooth interlocking of all the components, the design is well able to cope with strict hygiene regulations. CLEAN II supreme: actively controllable lighting for medical workplaces In medical institutions such as laboratories, operating theatres and hospitals, light must adapt to many specific user requirements. For example, during operations, the surgical field should be illuminated with wideband white light, while in patient wards or in intensive care, a dynamically controlled light colour that moves between cool and warm can actively support patients' biorhythm. Integrated tunableWhite technology allows CLEAN II supreme to react appropriately to any environment. The light colours and luminous intensities of the LEDs are controlled by precisely calibrated drivers that ensure a constant lumen output at any light temperature or intensity. Doubly asymmetric light distribution allows white light to be switched to the secondary light colours of blue or green: asymmetrical light distribution prevents direct glare and eye strain, and is an ideal solution for precise, disruption-free working conditions in otherwise darkened rooms. In the cleanroom: form follows function The technical structure of CLEAN II supreme takes into account project design, installation and maintenance under special operating conditions. A click system enables new luminaires to be efficiently installed and drivers and lamps to be quickly replaced. Foam seals on the front and rear protect against dust, water and steam. Optional access via the rear of the CLEAN II supreme ST version is tailor-made for use in cleanrooms and can be used to carry out maintenance work without having to enter the cleanroom. The Light Engine with its side lighting technology can also be taken out and replaced from here. The front consists of an optical film, a micro-pyramidal optic and the bright white glass cover. The single-pane tempered safety glass with three times the tensile strength is non-porous, dirt-repellent and anti-static, preventing the build-up of germs and bacteria. Both the glass and the powder-coated steel housing are easy to clean and resistant even to corrosive cleaning agents. Precise light from every angle What makes CLEAN II supreme really stand out is its MPO+ technology. This sits between the glass and the film, and directs the light precisely while reducing glare. Its secret lies in the micro-pyramidal optic that evenly diffuses the LED light using a diffuser layer, ensuring pleasant light distribution and high luminous efficacy. The patented optic balances diffuse and directed light and floods the room with brilliant, ultra-precise light without contrast overlays, which helps medical personnel carry out their challenging work. CLEAN II industry: hygienic design for industrial cleanroom technology Instead of mineral glass, the CLEAN II industry recessed and surface-mounted luminaires have an acrylic glass cover. Acrylic glass, also known as PMMA, is given its ultimate shape in a thermal process that also allows for sloping surfaces and undercuts. The cover's high-precision design ensures that it forms an impermeable joint with the steel housing. The resulting product is resistant in accordance with the IP65 rating, which means that CLEAN II industry is protected against dust, water and steam, and resistant to chemical and alkali solutions. In terms of aesthetics and function, the PMMA cover offers excellent optical light distribution while high-quality, ceramic-chip-based LEDs ensure great heat management. The industry series is the perfect choice for anywhere a hygienic, dust-free environment is required as standard and heavy demands are placed on the durability of furnishings and fittings. Available in different versions, as a square or rectangular panel, built into the ceiling, surface- or top-mounted, it fits into any architectural environment – as a perfect lighting solution for the food industry, in commercial and industrial kitchens, pharmaceutical production facilities and all other cleanrooms.

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CLEAN II
Some situations demand light in its purest form: when maximum concentration is required. When hygiene and resistance are top priority. When every inch of a room needs to be brightly illuminated. In a hospital, a laboratory, a food production facility. The supreme and industry versions of Zumtobel's CLEAN II take on these special lighting tasks. With their ultra-resistant, discreet design, they focus on what's essential: pure light. tunableWhite technology provides additional support, and perfect white light quality. The design of the CLEAN II provides a perfect framework for light. With its cutting-edge technology, the second-generation product continues the legacy of the CLEAN luminaire family, a long-standing member of Zumtobel's portfolio. Its streamlined structure adapts seamlessly to any spatial conditions and requirements. Especially in laboratories, hospitals and industrial production facilities, the essential components of the technical equipment run through the ceiling and the available installation space must be used efficiently. In practice, the reduced luminaire height means easier installation and maintenance. For project designers, it means more freedom at the design stage. And thanks to the consistent positive-locking and smooth interlocking of all the components, the design is well able to cope with strict hygiene regulations. CLEAN II supreme: actively controllable lighting for medical workplaces In medical institutions such as laboratories, operating theatres and hospitals, light must adapt to many specific user requirements. For example, during operations, the surgical field should be illuminated with wideband white light, while in patient wards or in intensive care, a dynamically controlled light colour that moves between cool and warm can actively support patients' biorhythm. Integrated tunableWhite technology allows CLEAN II supreme to react appropriately to any environment. The light colours and luminous intensities of the LEDs are controlled by precisely calibrated drivers that ensure a constant lumen output at any light temperature or intensity. Doubly asymmetric light distribution allows white light to be switched to the secondary light colours of blue or green: asymmetrical light distribution prevents direct glare and eye strain, and is an ideal solution for precise, disruption-free working conditions in otherwise darkened rooms. In the cleanroom: form follows function The technical structure of CLEAN II supreme takes into account project design, installation and maintenance under special operating conditions. A click system enables new luminaires to be efficiently installed and drivers and lamps to be quickly replaced. Foam seals on the front and rear protect against dust, water and steam. Optional access via the rear of the CLEAN II supreme ST version is tailor-made for use in cleanrooms and can be used to carry out maintenance work without having to enter the cleanroom. The Light Engine with its side lighting technology can also be taken out and replaced from here. The front consists of an optical film, a micro-pyramidal optic and the bright white glass cover. The single-pane tempered safety glass with three times the tensile strength is non-porous, dirt-repellent and anti-static, preventing the build-up of germs and bacteria. Both the glass and the powder-coated steel housing are easy to clean and resistant even to corrosive cleaning agents. Precise light from every angle What makes CLEAN II supreme really stand out is its MPO+ technology. This sits between the glass and the film, and directs the light precisely while reducing glare. Its secret lies in the micro-pyramidal optic that evenly diffuses the LED light using a diffuser layer, ensuring pleasant light distribution and high luminous efficacy. The patented optic balances diffuse and directed light and floods the room with brilliant, ultra-precise light without contrast overlays, which helps medical personnel carry out their challenging work. CLEAN II industry: hygienic design for industrial cleanroom technology Instead of mineral glass, the CLEAN II industry recessed and surface-mounted luminaires have an acrylic glass cover. Acrylic glass, also known as PMMA, is given its ultimate shape in a thermal process that also allows for sloping surfaces and undercuts. The cover's high-precision design ensures that it forms an impermeable joint with the steel housing. The resulting product is resistant in accordance with the IP65 rating, which means that CLEAN II industry is protected against dust, water and steam, and resistant to chemical and alkali solutions. In terms of aesthetics and function, the PMMA cover offers excellent optical light distribution while high-quality, ceramic-chip-based LEDs ensure great heat management. The industry series is the perfect choice for anywhere a hygienic, dust-free environment is required as standard and heavy demands are placed on the durability of furnishings and fittings. Available in different versions, as a square or rectangular panel, built into the ceiling, surface- or top-mounted, it fits into any architectural environment – as a perfect lighting solution for the food industry, in commercial and industrial kitchens, pharmaceutical production facilities and all other cleanrooms.
DiscO
Catellani & Smith presents the new DiscO, the ceiling lamp that reinterprets the historic ‘Disco’ halogen model, respecting its original design. The remarkable transformation carried out from a technological point of view starts from the light source, a last generation low voltage COB LED, dimmable and with high luminous efficiency, which is housed inside a semi-cylindrically shaped element, made of polished aluminium. In the previous model, this element worked as a reflector in connection with the R7s halogen source; in the new DiscO, it performs a totally different function, related to the LED lighting source, and plays a key role as an innovative – patent pending – heat sink. The circular disc of the halogen model is replaced by an oval-shaped disc of 75×50 cm, as the name of the lamp recalls in the final capital ‘O’ which summarizes its evolution. Made of iron and available in white finish or in gold, silver or copper coloured leaf coating, the oval disc features a larger reflective surface in comparison to the previous model. Finally, the characteristic ‘cone’ in nickel-plated brass, placed at the centre of the disc, is included in this new and extraordinary LED version.
Infra-Structure Episode 2
The reinterpretation of an icon designed by Vincent Van Duysen. Subtle, incredibly versatile tubular structure. Thanks to a special connection system, it is possible to combine vertical and horizontal elements to create three-dimensional combinations in infinite variations using linear and geometric modules. The unique design of Infra-Structure evolves thanks to a new, extremely simplified modular concept. The subtle but visually stunning elements can be combined to characterize any architectural space with a strong stage presence. Suspended elements 1. Suspension Cone The conical module provides total shielding of the light source and integrates a special patented optical unit to achieve professional high-contrast spotlighting effects. El módulo cónico proporciona un apantallamiento total de la fuente de luz e integra una especial unidad óptica patentada que permite conseguir efectos profesionales de luz puntual de alto contraste. 2. Suspension Panel The circular panel is manufactured with a special hook that makes it very easy to install on the structure. The internal profile features a gold finish that contrasts with the large, highly efficient opal diffuser, guaranteeing high levels of visual comfort. Light tubes 1 – Light Tube The horizontal linear modules can be used to obtain direct and indirect light. They represent an important graphic sign in the structure, creating rhythm and visual continuity in the installation through soft and diffused light. 2 – Light Tube Covered The trapezoidal linear module protects the eyes from direct light emission by acting as a screen for the opal diffuser of the luminaire and by concentrating the light on the work surface. Configurations The extreme simplicity of the elements and the speed with which they can be combined allows to free up the creativity of the project and to achieve innumerable combinations. Different control options can be adapted to any need. DALI: Broadcast control of each luminaire. 1-10V: Broadcasting remote control (dimming of all the luminaires in a single group). CASAMBI: Individual control of each luminaire directly through a tablet or smartphone application (FLOS Control®). FLOS CONTROL ® By Casambi: The FLOS Control® application allows you to control the system’s luminaires individually or as a group, controlling scenes and programming. With a traditional electrical installation and the Gateway connected by Bluetooth, you obtain total control of the ambience.
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