The project is a compelling showcase for using Human Centric Lighting in office spaces. Positive outcomes are perceptible: increase in performance, concentration and overall employee well-being, leading to superior retention rates. Leveraging HCL's versatility, Corvin Cristian Studio designed an innovative architectural solution using Greentek' s suspended luminaries with light emerging from black cones, allowing to avoid glare on the monitor screens or overloading sight.
The solution was designed to create a dramatic effect on architectural elements - pillars bathed in natural light replicating natural light temperatures, additional light spots highlighting the freshness of natural plants and
light fixtures specially designed for long corridors. And it can all be controlled using cutting edge technology: a smart lighting solution which offers both a standard scenario as well as user configurable scenarios to meet
specific lighting needs - in full compliance with lighting regulations.
At the core of the solution lays Greentek's Ennio (LIT Awards) - a versatile suspended luminaire projecting light both upwards and downwards. With its tunable white and PI-LED technology Ennio allows its users to adjust light color temperature to reflect their needs or moods: from warm to cold, in a range between 2700K - 6500K along Planckian curve in the course of a day, giving the interior spaces the feeling of natural light. since the 1500s is reproduced below for those interested. Sections 1.10.32 and 1.10.33 from “de Finibus Bonorum et Malorum” by Cicero are also reproduced in their exact original form, accompanied by English versions from the 1914
translation by H. Rackham.