Light design planning for office complex: rhön energie - Fulda
Rhönenergie fulda gmbh one of the top 50 energy & water supply companies in germany 1.000+ employees
On-schedule implementation with a narrow time frame. Equipping a large building complex minimization of light pollution
Delivery and installation on schedule use of luminaires with a luminous intensity of 14,000 to 26,000 lumen prevention of stray light near windows
The energy supplier rhönenergie fulda was about to develop a new, more modern location. When the lighting designers from lampenwelt professional started planning the large-scale project, building construction and electrical planning were already well advanced, so that some ceiling outlets had already been specified. In addition, special attention was to be paid to the issue of light pollution in any planning. This is because fulda was the first and only city in germany to be awarded the title of "star city" by the international dark-sky association (ida) in 2019. This means that fulda is setting an example against light pollution. Rhönenergie felt it was important to underline this status by setting a positive example. Rhönenergie had no precise idea of the solutions on the market and their costs - which on the one hand offered flexibility, but on the other hand increased the demand for advice. As the project time was limited in order to ensure the punctual move into the new headquarters of the energy supplier, a narrow delivery and action window had to be observed.
After a site inspection, the first mood boards and solution approaches were created. after the selection process, the lighting designers then went into the planning and conceptual design of three final solution variants. Afterwards, the visualization was taken care of - here, the possibilities range from simple positioning proposals to representation in 2d and 3d lighting design. Especially in the case of 3d planning, the results can be predicted particularly accurately, even before the foundation stone is laid, which is why this representation is becoming increasingly popular. as the adjustment of the ceiling outlets was only possible to a limited extent due to a concrete core-activated ceiling, rhönenergie decided to use special table luminaires for a state-of-the-art lighting installation in the office areas. The special feature: the light creates intense, indirect illumination by shining from the employees' desks to the ceiling and being reflected from there. This keeps the work area glare-free and prevents multiple shadows, which ensures a pleasant and harmonious feeling of space as well as optimal working conditions. modern lighting solutions were thus used to optimize or even replace classic concepts. Especially in the reception hall with its large glass fronts and the bistro area, attention was paid to the stylish yet efficient use of light sources. For example, luminaires with microprismatic covers were specifically used. This ensures effective glare control for direct and indirect lighting. it goes without saying that, in addition to such refinements, a harmonious and practical integration of the luminaires into the overall picture is enormously important.
All lighting decisions followed the approach of minimizing light pollution. Thus, stray light is always prevented the closer a luminaire comes to a window front. luminaires with different beam angles and characteristics were therefore used. in addition, care was taken to select dimmable luminaires with a luminous intensity of 14,000 to 26,000 lumens. To round things off, the entire building was equipped with night-time dimming after 5 p.m. - a "night-time programme" was installed to additionally support the reduction of light intensity in the evening hours. despite the tight time frame, the lighting design team from lampenwelt professional was able to complete the project on time and fulfil all the client's premises.
"the collaboration with lampenwelt was a great experience! I have rarely met a supplier who exhibited as much motivation, professionalism and customer orientation"
Dennis fehling, project manager restart & head of acquisitions of rhönenergie
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