Single Office / Office for Meetings
In most cases this is a question of window oriented workstations where the interaction of daylight, daylight auxiliary lighting and artificial light for the evening plays an important role.
The lighting system is designed to harmonise with the furniture and is functionally-oriented. The daylight concept requires sufficient glare protection and possible protection from the sun.
Artificial lighting can be installed in the form of daylight auxiliary lighting in the window area; alternatively it can be allocated to the working or discussion area by the use of desktop luminaires or floorstanding uplights.
The adoption of a lighting management system is to be recommended. This allows for the possibility of a daylightdependent switching and dimming and the adjustment of individual luminaires or luminaire groups according to use or to the day's progression.