How does a luminaire supplier present its own business premises? Million Lighting in Singapore took the decision to use ERCO LED solutions. The lighting design was implemented by the aspiring offices of Nipek.
Million Lighting is one of the pioneers of Singapore's lighting sector. In addition to luminaires from leading manufacturers, the company also offers special solutions developed in-house as well as technical support. The company was founded in 1967 with a shop on the main North Bridge Road thoroughfare. A showroom was then opened in 1974 on the Plaza Singapura. Million Lighting now has subsidiaries in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Indonesia and has progressed to become one of the main contacts for architects, lighting designers and electrical contractors in South East Asia. On its website, Million Lighting has formulated a vision that brings together lighting design, interior design and cost-efficiency: "Light … should be flexible and adaptable. It must deliver optimal visual precision while consuming minimum environmental resources. We appreciate cutting-edge designs …" Lighting at the headquarters of Million Lighting in Singapore has been recently redesigned according to this philosophy. The choice was made to use LED lighting tools from ERCO. By the way, Million Lighting also benefits from its own ERCO mock-up room for the testing and presentation of lighting solutions.
Shigeki Fujii from Nipek was responsible for the lighting concept for Million Lighting. The design office was founded in Singapore in 2013 and is currently becoming the talk of the industry internationally with projects such as relighting of the Singaporean Pa Sat market halls. Entrance areas, circulation routes, offices and display spaces at the Million Lighting headquarters were newly illuminated. A variety of ERCO luminaire families consisting of Compact, Optec, Pantrac, Parscan, Pollux and Quintessence were installed in the various areas. ERCO Hi-trac track is installed in the open-plan offices, to which luminaires can be mounted without tools and with a few flicks of the wrist. Wallwashers and floodlights ensure uniform wall illumination and therefore also general lighting in the rooms. Supplementary spotlights provide light onto workstations, guaranteeing pleasant light for reading and writing. Despite the prevalence of high ceilings the lighting remains extremely precise and brilliant.