The two companies, GetResponse and ClickMeeting, exemplify how innovative room concepts and intelligent lighting solutions from TRILUX can revolutionize the working environment. A truly cosmic office experience unfolds in the NEON building in the Alchemia complex in Gdansk. GetResponse and ClickMeeting have created an office themed "WELL-BEING", where each room is named after a planet, star, constellation or explorer. Special rooms also invite collaborative work or quiet concentration, offering maximum flexibility. In addition, there is a playroom and a relaxation room - unique areas that enrich the working environment in a special way.
The topic of light played a decisive role from the very beginning. "When designing the space, we always kept in mind that the right lighting, including the color scheme, has a positive impact on the comfort and well-being of employees. At the same time, it should skillfully emphasize the character and design of the interior," emphasizes Hanna Stopa, CFO at GetResponse. The choice fell on the innovative lighting solutions from TRILUX. "If you take a look at the rooms where we installed linear pendant luminaires, you will notice that independent control of two luminous fluxes is made possible here. This combination of spotlights and the possibility to control the flow of light from the luminaires creates a harmonious symbiosis characterized by high uniformity of lighting, energy efficiency and minimal glare," says Łukasz Sierocki, project manager at TRILUX Polska.
International company JLL also focused on light in the design of its new office, transforming the second and third floors of its office building at 20 Water Street (part of London's Wood Wharf project) into an impressive new-work environment. The highest standards were set for sustainability, flexibility and employee well-being. At the heart of this innovative work environment is the lighting. The Sonnos LED downlight family provides high quality light and flexibility to meet the various architectural and functional requirements of the spaces. The lighting is complemented by the TRILUX CANILO pendant luminaires and the FINEA light channel, which not only provide light but also serve as design elements.
JLL has shifted the focus from traditional desk workstations to collaborative areas and introduced the desk sharing principle. The E-Line Next LED provides the right light, while PIR motion detectors minimize energy consumption. All luminaires are also networked via a lighting management system that provides valuable data to optimize building efficiency.
"The change in the working world clearly shows that workspaces are becoming living spaces. This means office landscapes are becoming increasingly attractive and "stylish." The result is that luminaires are also taking on an ever greater role as "design objects" and not only blend excellently into the existing architecture, but also help to shape the space in an attractive way," says Omar Rabah. TRILUX offers the right solutions for this, combining maximum functionality with an impressive design.