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Let There Be (Intelligent) Light



From the architect. Golden light shines through a canopy of leaves to create a unique gathering space in the atrium of the new Philips Lighting headquarters in Eindhoven.
Intelligent lights in the parametric designed ‘tree’ generate different scenarios, boosting communication, interchange and wellbeing for staff and visitors.

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“中庭最初是这座二十世纪50年代建筑的中央庭院,设计成迎客、寻路、品牌推广和员工互动的地方,因此必须有巨大的空间,”LAVA事务所主管Alexander Rieck说。

LAVA, with partners INBO and JHK, designed the adaptation of the mid 20th century building for the new headquarters. The aim was to design public and work spaces that embrace the innovative, people-centric values of lighting technology company Philips.
“The atrium, originally the central courtyard of the 1950s building, was designed as a place of welcome, way finding, branding and staff interaction, and therefore had to be strong spatially,” said LAVA director Alexander Rieck.

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The atrium also brings people together by congregating core activities such as exhibitions, meeting rooms, coffee bar, public talks and staff meetings, and is also the entrance to the new Philips Lighting Application Centre.
Staff and visitors are greeted in the central atrium by LAVA’s huge parametrically designed interactive light ‘tree’ comprised of 1500 ‘leaves’, hanging pyramidal panels suspended from the ceiling. The concept is of light filtering through trees.

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Covering the whole atrium ceiling the sculpture demonstrates the behaviour of light, both natural and artificial: reflection, diffusion and emission.

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“光显然是主要驱动力,但LAVA事务所的设计不仅是展示技术解决方案 —— 它探索了对光线性质的更深层理解。光只有当反射到某个物体上时才肉眼可见,所以雕塑使光线具有形状和可见性,”Rieck补充说。

“Light was obviously the main driver but LAVA’s design goes beyond just showcasing technical solutions – it explores a deeper understanding of the nature of light. Light is only visible to the human eye when it reflects on something, so the sculpture gives shape and visibility to light,” added Rieck.

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“Light is used for information, visualization, emotion and enabling - our tool to create a volume of space.”
Mr Rieck explained: “The sun gives our sense of time. Working in an office means people miss the subtle light changes during the day. So LAVA programmed the panels using low-level artificial intelligence to create daily light scenarios in an organic and non-repetitive way for the whole calendar year. Scenarios respond to different seasons, times of the day and the architectural layout of the atrium space and are used to activate or relax the users throughout the day.”

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“It’s a bit like an ecosystem, with light effects turning golden, for example, as an energy boost in the morning.”
A reflective surface on the back of each panel creates a play of light and shadow. It also filters and reflects natural light from the atrium side windows and skylights.

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五百块面板使用自发光的飞利浦Ecophon声控灯 —— 这个集成的产品由舒适的LED灯组成,集成的光声天花板系统有吸音作用。


Five hundred panels use self-emitting Philips Ecophon Soundlight - an integral product that consists of comfortable LED lighting with sound absorption in an integrated light and acoustic ceiling system.
“We know from Fraunhofer Institute research that generating different lighting effects is a cost effective way to bring variety and productivity to the lives of workers who quickly become oblivious to their surroundings, no matter how attractive.”

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“The iconic design not only gives visitors an amazing experience and a transition from the entrance to offices and the LAC, but also reflects this innovative and forward-thinking company,” he added.
The offices were designed to foster creativity with a more flexible and efficient use of space. Spaces were designed to encourage informal ‘accidental’ interactions, known to be a key enhancer of success in R&D businesses.

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项目创造了特殊环境用于不同的工作情况 —— 从集中到交流,从活跃到放松。


Special environments were created for different work situations – from concentration to communication, activation to relaxation.
Other factors such as variable visual fields, perceived security, acoustics, smell, lighting, materials and textures contribute to an effective and harmonious work environment, which meets the highest standards of the innovative workspace layout WPI (work place innovation).

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The design was developed using the latest workspace research and Philip’s experience with recent fit-out experiments plus an intensive cycle of interviews and design meetings involving the end users and building management.

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项目位置:荷兰 埃因霍温
LAVA事务所团队:Alexander Rieck, Tobias Wallisser, Chris Bosse
项目建筑师:Nuno Galvao, Matthijs la Roi, Stephan Markus Albrecht, Sebastian Schott, Mariusz Polski
设计团队:Marvin Bratke, Mircea Mogan, Barbora Srpkova, Miroslav Strigac, Diana Schlebe, Rashmi Katkar, Roxelane Güllmeister, Paolo Alborghetti, Ruis Dervishi, Aida Ramirez, Julian Wengzinek, Benjamin Hitscherich, Simone Tchonova, Erik Didar, Jeroen van Lith, David Stieler
摄影:Jonathan Andrew
设计开发:INBO, JHK Lighting consultant: Beersnielsen, LiAS Construction: Heijmans

Architects: LAVA
Location: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
LAVA team: Alexander Rieck, Tobias Wallisser, Chris Bosse
Project Architects: Nuno Galvao, Matthijs la Roi, Stephan Markus Albrecht, Sebastian Schott, Mariusz Polski
Design Team: Marvin Bratke, Mircea Mogan, Barbora Srpkova, Miroslav Strigac, Diana Schlebe, Rashmi Katkar, Roxelane Güllmeister, Paolo Alborghetti, Ruis Dervishi, Aida Ramirez, Julian Wengzinek, Benjamin Hitscherich, Simone Tchonova, Erik Didar, Jeroen van Lith, David Stieler
Project Year: 2016
Photographs: Jonathan Andrew
Design development: INBO, JHK Lighting consultant: Beersnielsen, LiAS Construction: Heijmans





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