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SAS International provides sustainable SAS System 600 ceiling for new Commissioners of Irish Lights Headquarters

SAS International

At the new Commissioners of Irish Lights (CIL) headquarters in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, SAS International’s System 600 acoustic lighting rafts were specified throughout the circular three-storey building.

Designed by architects Scott Tallon Walker, the headquarters’ ceiling has been designed as a feature in its own right. The building incorporates many of the latest sustainable design technologies; the exposed concrete soffit allows the thermal mass of the building to be exploited. The ceiling rafts have been installed in rectangular coffers throughout the open plan office space, allowing up to 25w/m2 of free cooling to be achieved.

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