The Ministry of Architecture, located in Auckland, underwent an upgrade to its offices.
As part of the office fitout a selection of curated luminaires were comissioned.
Implemented in the front-of-house area was ERCO Parscan spotlights on a suspended track solution behind the feature ceiling.These spotlights are providing ambient lighting through vertical illumination and accent lighting aimed at what is important within the space all whilst maintaing optical control and visual comfort.
A few strategically placed elegant pendants add to the scenic element of the space.
In the open plan work areas uniform lighting using Energylight NZ made Viline troffers can be seen, creating a beautiful linear effect in a grid ceiling.
The ERCO Iku wall washers are washing the wall behind to provide ambient light and reduce the contrast between computer screens and the background.
In the meeting room, ERCO Skims are controlled via Casambi, making it simple for everyone to operate when needed.
A true depiction of the language of light shown in this contemporary space.