Luminous news #5

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Digital news 2021/5

WELL building standard Green deal systems


Editorial

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Welcome to the first 2021 edition of eLuminous! We’ve been busy throughout the first few months of the year, so read on to find out what we’ve been up to.

Published by Signify – High Tech Campus 48, 5656 AE Eindhoven, The Netherlands www.signify.com/pioneersoflight

With the current pandemic blurring the lines between home and office, learn how our new generation of luminaires caters to both. Next, brush up on your knowledge of the WELL Building Standard with our helpful downloads. Discover our new Green Switch program, designed to demonstrate how Signify lighting solutions can contribute towards the EU Green Deal. And find out how a hotel in San Diego created an immersive guest experience using innovative lighting design. For each topic, you’ll find a direct link to Signify, Philips, Color Kinetics, or Interact, so you can get more information quickly and easily. And as always, feel free to share this edition with wider community. Enjoy reading! Anissa Abbou Head of Global Professional Specification, Signify

Editor in chief Vincent Laganier Steering committee Anissa Abbou, Jaap Schuuring, Marinelle van den Munckhof Editing Point 6 Graphic design concept one/one Front cover Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel Photo Pro-Cal Lighting More info www.signify.com/luminous Speak to one of our experts Get in touch ›


Innovation in use

Projects

Flipping the Green Switch on the EU Green Deal

Webinar


Innovations in use


Innovations in use

Get the right light at home and in the office SLD50 high Created by Modular Lighting Instruments, SLD50 high is a versatile choice for your next project. The team advises that the profile is ideal for both homes and offices. “The profiles are great for highlighting architectural lines and emphasizing the architectural feel of a space. SLD50 high combines powerful lumen packages with low glare rates (UGR), plus the options for linear and accent lighting.”


Innovations in use

SLD50 high


Innovations in use

SLD50 high Light source color 927, 930, 940

Transfo/gear LED gear incl.

Binning 3SDCM

Dimming DALI, 1-10V, Push Dim, trailing edge dimmable

Lamp spotlighting LED high power 8W per module 544lm per module +30°/-30° orientable 360° rotatable 25° medium and 60° flood

Colour Alu, black struc, white structure, champagne

Continuous indirect and direct light line Luminaire power 14.4W and 29.8W/m Efficacy 68.8 and 100 lm/W Luminous flux 990 and 2980 lm/m URG 16 to 22

Applications Interior lighting Web catalogue page ›


Flipping the Green Switch on the EU Green Deal


Lighting is the quickest path to a greener, smarter, more prosperous EU

Flipping the Green Switch on the EU Green Deal

Renovation wave

Clean energy

The European Green Deal, the world’s most comprehensive climate action initiative, has been called “Europe’s man on the moon moment.” The program’s goals could not be more ambitious: to achieve a carbon-neutral continent by 2050, reconciling the economy and the way we consume resources with the planet, and making sure that nobody is left behind. What practical steps can you take to start participating in the Green Deal’s initiatives to cut emissions, create jobs, and boost innovation? Discover the Signify Green Switch program so that you can take action without delay.

Circular economy

Clean mobility

Biodiversity


Flipping the Green Switch on the EU Green Deal

Renovation wave With energy savings of up to 80% and the potential to save 100 megatons of GHG emissions per year, LED and connected lighting is a quick and easy win for sustainable renovation, smart cities, and building the digital infrastructure that a carbon-neutral economy requires. Learn more ›


Flipping the Green Switch on the EU Green Deal

Clean energy Harness the power of sunlight with hybrid and solar street lighting. Minimize emissions, build a citywide digital infra­ structure, and scale up the use of renewables in your municipality. Use the energy savings to support integrated initiatives, such as powering electric vehicles. Learn more ›


Flipping the Green Switch on the EU Green Deal

Circular economy The circular economy has everything to do with sustainable consumption, reuse, and eliminating waste. Signify’s recyclable 3D-printed luminaires cut the carbon footprint for lighting in half. Circular streetlights reduce maintenance costs by 60%, with zero waste to landfill. And Light-as-a-Service approaches promote sustainability along the entire lighting lifecycle. Learn more ›


Flipping the Green Switch on the EU Green Deal

Clean mobility Charge stations built into digital streetlights support the Green Deal’s goal of a million EV charging points in Europe by 2025. Savings from energy-efficiency renovations and LED and solar street lighting can power tens of thousands of EVs without extra power generation. Learn more ›


Flipping the Green Switch on the EU Green Deal

Biodiversity A farm-to-fork approach helps to preserve the world’s food supply. LED grow lights boost crop quality and yield with up to half the energy consumption. Lighting designed for vertical farming near cities reduces the carbon and water use, and reduces food miles, while aquaculture lighting increases yield, improves feed conversion and improves animal welfare. Learn more ›


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Projects


Projects

Transforming elevator lobbies into comfortable spaces

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Ogilvy Mansion Nanjing Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China


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Ogilvy Mansion Nanjing Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China

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Ogilvy is an award-winning integrated creative agency founded back in 1948 with offices located across the world. The Nanjing office in China is situated inside a 43-floor super high-rise building. A new lighting solution for the Ogilvy Mansion’s bottom floor elevator lobbies was designed to create an inviting and comfortable space for employees and visitors that also reduced energy usage. They needed high-quality lighting that adjusted to the different times of day and delivered a pleasant visual experience.


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Ogilvy Mansion Nanjing Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China

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Lighting designer Pang Lei selected Color Kinetics OneSpace Prefab panels for the project to create a smooth, clean appearance where the light source is completely hidden. 21 OneSpace Prefab panels were integrated into the ceiling of each of the two elevator lobbies, arranged 5cm apart in three rows to align with the shape of the wall and maintain the existing spatial pattern.


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Ogilvy Mansion Nanjing Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China

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The tuneable and dimmable panels are quickly and easily adjusted. Users can set light levels for different times of the day, with certain settings helping to reduce energy consumption. Plus, employees and visitors are protected from glare at all times. When important guests visit or when it’s dark outside, the panels are set at 100% brightness to simulate daylight. During peak hours, panels are switched to 50%. And, during off-peak hours, the panels are kept at 50% brightness to make significant energy savings.


Projects

Ogilvy Mansion Nanjing Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China Lighting designer Lei Pang Architectural design Nanjing Institute of Architectural Design (Group) Co., Ltd. Electrical contractor Ping Cao (Shanghai Construction Group), Mr.Ding (Proprietor) Electrical design Xingqiang Wang Lighting solutions Color Kinetics OneSpace Prefab

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Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel San Diego, California, USA

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Dynamic hotel lighting delights guests and saves energy


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Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel San Diego, California, USA

A glass wall has been transformed into an immersive feature in the lobby that invites pedestrians inside the hotel and provides a unique guest experience. The new roof lighting draws attention to the hotel from afar and establishes it as a prominent area landmark.

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Inspired by maritime culture, the distinctive coastal influence is clear the moment you arrive at the 30-story Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel. Located adjacent to the San Diego Convention Center, the hotel features newly renovated guest rooms that are authentically ‘San Diego’ in their design.


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Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel San Diego, California, USA

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Featured in the hotel lobby is a 12 x 60m (40 x 200ft) wall comprised of more than 400 1 x 2m (3 x 6ft) panels of beautifully frosted glass, each weighing 100lbs. Color Kinetics’ partner, Pro-Cal Lighting, designed, programmed, and installed a new LED lighting system for the glass wall and also a unique architectural feature on the roof.


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Projects

Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel San Diego, California, USA

Working overnight to avoid disruption and provide a seamless guest experience, over 7,000 Color Kinetics Flex LMX gen2 nodes were individually mapped on the Color Kinetics Light System Manager gen5. They were then installed in each of the wall’s glass panels. Color Kinetics Vaya Linear MP RGB fixtures 10° x 50° lens were used to illuminate the roof detail.

Using Interact Landmark, hotel staff can remotely control, manage, and monitor the rooftop and lobby lighting, substantially reducing on-site time and providing custom lighting effects for key customer events.


Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel San Diego, California, USA

Projects

Client Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel Lighting Design Pro-Cal Lighting Programming Pro-Cal Lighting Installation Pro-Cal Lighting Luminaires Color Kinetics iColor Flex LMX gen2 Color Kinetics Vaya Linear MP, RGB Lighting systems Interact Landmark

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Reassuring employees and customers with UV-C light Sonepar Connect Reims, France

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Sonepar Connect Reims, France

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When we visit hotels, cafes, restaurants and supermarkets, classrooms and offices, we breathe, talk and laugh — as well as cough and sneeze. With the new measures to prevent the coronavirus from spreading, our way of living has changed completely. For example, we now wash our hands frequently, keep distance between each other and make sure to disinfect surfaces. But what about disinfecting the the air? It’s a problem that the Director of the Sonepar Connect agency in Reims was keen to solve.


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Sonepar Connect Reims, France

Jean-Pierre Santier, Director of the Sonepar Connect agency in Reims

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“It’s my responsibility to bring an extra layer of protection to our friends, collaborators and clients who come to meet us every day in our office. For this purpose, we have chosen to install Philips UV-C disinfection upper air luminaires to treat the air and disinfect it.”


Sonepar Connect Reims, France

Innovations in use Projects

Philips UV-C disinfection upper air luminaires continuously disinfect the air that flows through the upper areas of the room, thanks to natural convection (or air circulation). This also ensures that the disinfected air flows back to the lower part of the room. The UV-C rays are controlled by specific reflectors and the louvre design, which allows disinfection of air while daily activities can continue safely below. Client Sonepar Connect agency Solution Philips UV-C disinfection upper air ceiling mounted SM345 on Philips ›

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Webinar


Webinar

Motorsport Night Racing on Street Circuits

Live on Thursday March 25, 2021 4:00 pm cet/10:00 am edt Roberto Grilli General Manager Urbanism, DZ Engineering Thierry Jean Baptiste Chapiteau Business Leader Professional, Sub-Segment Lead Sports and Arenas, Signify Online webinar ›


Webinar

Do we own the night?

Live on Thursday Apr 29, 2021 4:00 pm cet/10:00 am edt Harmeet Singh Issar Lighting Designer, Serial Entrepreneur Founder Partner - Design Matrix, Design Objects, ProjectEye & Project Hygieia Online webinar ›


Explore Signify brands

Our global brand in professional and consumer lighting

Our Internet of Things platform and connected lighting systems

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Our global brand in dynamic architectural lighting systems

Our architectural lighting brands in professional lighting

Go to the Color Kinetics website ›

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