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The open-plan office is a clean, contemporary bright space with a high degree of uplight. Primary lighting is with Fagerhult's suspended Looplight system, which combines minimal impact with the technical performance for the uplighting requirements.

The Looplight luminaires are mounted at 90º to the desks, to avoid any glare or direct view of the lamp, and their location (running down the space) reduces the possibility of incidental brightness.

This direct/indirect linear pendant supplies task and ceiling luminance and is supported by Fagerhult's Sidelight to meet vertical luminance requirements.

The Looplight also houses the PIRs for the Prolojik lighting-control system, in a slightly extended part of the extruded body. The PIRs are used for both presence and daylight detection and are part of the decentralised lighting-control system, which negated the need for an expensive front-end buildingmanagement system. Fagerhult's Pleiad downlights have decorative hover glass and light the corridors and general core areas. The combined use of the three products successfully lights the desk, the vertical surfaces and the ceiling.

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