Flexible office lighting for the editorial offices of the Berlin city magazine tip. For 50 years, Germany's biggest city magazine has been providing the capital with background information on cultural and food scenes as well as tips for events. The new lighting concept succeeds in terms of quality by precisely fulfilling modern office lighting requirements. It considers not only the illumination of VDU workstations, but also collaborative working zones. The result is a clear ceiling appearance that offers a high level of flexibility.
Light instead of luminaires – this guiding principle was realized with a concept that needs only three different luminaires: Jilly downlights for track, Eclipse spotlights and Starpoint pendant luminaires. The infrastructure for the lighting consists of ERCO track. In this way, existing cable outlets could be reused.
Wallwashing is the term used to describe the uniform illumination of vertical surfaces. In tip's editorial offices it creates a wide spatial impression and high levels of visual comfort at the workplace.
Jilly downlights provide optimum visual comfort. An anti-dazzle louvre is designed to limit the view into the luminaire, achieving high visual comfort even with a beam angle of 90°.