The cardanic suspension of the Gimbal luminaire allows the recessed ceiling floodlights to be pivoted into any direction and thus be ideally matched to the building's curved shell. In the new Swatch headquarters they ensure glare-free general lighting for the open work areas.
Gimbal recessed floodlights built into the honeycomb structure of the building shell provide glare-free general lighting of the office levels, adapted to the respective daylight situation via DALI. In addition, Parscan spotlights with wide flood distribution (approx. 50°) illuminate the underside of the wooden grid construction. The luminaires are mounted on pedestals along the glass railings.
Quintessence recessed spotlights illuminate corridors and passageways on the office floors. Parscan spotlights equipped with Spherolit wide flood lenses (distribution approx. 50°) and neutral white 4000K light color are aligned to the trees in the building.
Quintessence recessed spotlights with wide flood distribution (approx. 50°) provide high quality, glare-free lighting in the corridors, circulation zones, access paths and staircases of the new Swatch headquarters.
In the Omega Museum in the Cité du Temps, Parscan spotlights mounted on track with spot or flood distribution accentuate the prized exhibits. Very narrow spot distribution (approx. 6°) also especially emphasizes individual watches and details.
"For the lighting in the exhibition areas we specified a warm white 3000K light color as the primary light source for optimally rendering the colors of the exhibits and also the timber structure of the architecture," says lighting designer Roland Block. "The exhibition planners from tokyoblue GmbH also partially use accents in a 4000K neutral white light color."
In the Swatch Museum housed on one floor of the Cité du Temps, Parscan spotlights mounted on track with narrow spot, spot or flood distribution create accentuated light on the exhibits with concentrated light in particular areas.