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Dakota Dunes Resort Hotel Indigenous themes conveyed through illumination at First Nations resort Whitecap Dakota First Nation has created a destination resort like no other in Saskatchewan (Canada). Dakota Dunes Resort is a self-funded project showcasing Indigenous themes and creating unique cultural experiences for its visitors and guests. Completed during the height of the pandemic, the 155-room hotel and conference center is the final piece of a hospitality complex that includes a casino and golf course. aodbt architecture + interior design, in collaboration with LEMAYMICHAUD Architecture Design during the initial phases, worked with the Whitecap Dakota First Nation to design and develop this multi-million-dollar resort hotel. The overall motif explores the Indigenous themes of Fire, Water, Earth, and Air, each of which is represented in a specific area of the hotel. In the early stages of the project, the intent was to design and produce custom lighting fixtures. However, the pandemic created various challenges concerning availability, so the aodbt team collaborated with Titan Electrical Group Inc. to re-imagine the lighting. Eureka Lighting luminaires were selected for several areas of the hotel. Water is the theme for the exhibit corridor, which is the main artery between the lobby, conference rooms, and the bar and restaurant. Floor to ceiling windows line one side. In this space, Celeste luminaires are suspended over exhibit cases along the windows, which display Indigenous artifacts and special gift shop items. The clean, minimalist pendant features an elegant artisanal casted glass disc. Light is blended through an internal diffuser, sending warm illumination over the cases below. “We selected Celeste because of the organic shape of the glass on the fixture and the ability to stagger multi-stack fixtures; this blended seamlessly with the element of water in this corridor,” said Nicole Tiessen, principal at aodbt and lead interior designer for the hotel. “And we staggered single and double luminaires along the corridor to create the illusion of rain coming down.” Eureka's Focus luminaire provides ambient lighting along the corridor, installed as pendant and surface mounts along ceiling tracks. The luminaire spotlights decorative features along the hallway while effectively illuminating the floor below. A black finish against a black track and ceiling ensures that it effectively blends into its environment. Earth themes are illustrated in the restaurant and bar areas. While the restaurant is not a large room, its ceiling is very high. So, lighting was used as an architectural feature to define different zones within the space. Four Alver luminaires are suspended below acoustic bulkheads to illuminate the seating areas. Nine light sources around the 42" diameter ring provide uplight to the wooden bulkheads and down to the tables. And because of its large scale, the lighting location does not limit the placing or spacing of the furniture. The importance of the cattle industry, and the role of the bison in traditional Indigenous culture, is represented in the restaurant and bar through the color palettes, fabric, and graphics. Designers chose Eureka's Mute fixture for the bar area because its shape and felt panels subtly represent a basket weaving. Ten oversized pendants are suspended randomly and at different heights across the elevated bar ceiling, bringing down the visual volume of the space. In two neutral colors, the luminaires also complement the textures and colors in the rest of the room. “Mute’s acoustics properties were an unexpected bonus for us,” said Tiessen. “The luminaires help to control the ambient noise generated from the high ceilings and cement floors but also creates a visual that is soft, layered, and textural.” Guestroom design reflects the Air theme, with plenty of natural light, patterning in the carpet, and a lighter color palette. From the Nation's leadership, Chief Bear, a headdress photo has been transformed into a graphic wallpaper behind every room’s headboard. The sacred piece needed to be the focal point. In place of standard table lamps, designers used sleek Scout pendants above each nightstand. With a small 2.75” aperture, the 18” high black pendants are discreet while directing a narrow beam of light over the surface. The project has been a significant one for the Whitecap Dakota First Nation, bringing significant employment opportunities during construction and now in operations and management. It has generated a good deal of excitement and positive feedback, and the community is incredibly proud of the result. “Our team was honored to be a part of such an important project for Whitecap Dakota First Nation and to have created something special for the community” Tiessen said. “We are thrilled with how the lighting complements the architecture and supports the Indigenous themes throughout. Each fixture in place adds a lot of interest and depth to our design concept.” Project Name: Dakota Dunes Resort Hotel Location: Whitecap Dakota Unceded Territory, Saskatchewan, Canada Architect/Interior Design: aodbt architecture + interior design and LEMAYMICHAUD Architecture Design Eureka Agent: Titan Electrical Group Inc. Completed: October 2020 Photographer: king rose visuals

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Dakota Dunes Resort Hotel
Indigenous themes conveyed through illumination at First Nations resort Whitecap Dakota First Nation has created a destination resort like no other in Saskatchewan (Canada). Dakota Dunes Resort is a self-funded project showcasing Indigenous themes and creating unique cultural experiences for its visitors and guests. Completed during the height of the pandemic, the 155-room hotel and conference center is the final piece of a hospitality complex that includes a casino and golf course. aodbt architecture + interior design, in collaboration with LEMAYMICHAUD Architecture Design during the initial phases, worked with the Whitecap Dakota First Nation to design and develop this multi-million-dollar resort hotel. The overall motif explores the Indigenous themes of Fire, Water, Earth, and Air, each of which is represented in a specific area of the hotel. In the early stages of the project, the intent was to design and produce custom lighting fixtures. However, the pandemic created various challenges concerning availability, so the aodbt team collaborated with Titan Electrical Group Inc. to re-imagine the lighting. Eureka Lighting luminaires were selected for several areas of the hotel. Water is the theme for the exhibit corridor, which is the main artery between the lobby, conference rooms, and the bar and restaurant. Floor to ceiling windows line one side. In this space, Celeste luminaires are suspended over exhibit cases along the windows, which display Indigenous artifacts and special gift shop items. The clean, minimalist pendant features an elegant artisanal casted glass disc. Light is blended through an internal diffuser, sending warm illumination over the cases below. “We selected Celeste because of the organic shape of the glass on the fixture and the ability to stagger multi-stack fixtures; this blended seamlessly with the element of water in this corridor,” said Nicole Tiessen, principal at aodbt and lead interior designer for the hotel. “And we staggered single and double luminaires along the corridor to create the illusion of rain coming down.” Eureka's Focus luminaire provides ambient lighting along the corridor, installed as pendant and surface mounts along ceiling tracks. The luminaire spotlights decorative features along the hallway while effectively illuminating the floor below. A black finish against a black track and ceiling ensures that it effectively blends into its environment. Earth themes are illustrated in the restaurant and bar areas. While the restaurant is not a large room, its ceiling is very high. So, lighting was used as an architectural feature to define different zones within the space. Four Alver luminaires are suspended below acoustic bulkheads to illuminate the seating areas. Nine light sources around the 42" diameter ring provide uplight to the wooden bulkheads and down to the tables. And because of its large scale, the lighting location does not limit the placing or spacing of the furniture. The importance of the cattle industry, and the role of the bison in traditional Indigenous culture, is represented in the restaurant and bar through the color palettes, fabric, and graphics. Designers chose Eureka's Mute fixture for the bar area because its shape and felt panels subtly represent a basket weaving. Ten oversized pendants are suspended randomly and at different heights across the elevated bar ceiling, bringing down the visual volume of the space. In two neutral colors, the luminaires also complement the textures and colors in the rest of the room. “Mute’s acoustics properties were an unexpected bonus for us,” said Tiessen. “The luminaires help to control the ambient noise generated from the high ceilings and cement floors but also creates a visual that is soft, layered, and textural.” Guestroom design reflects the Air theme, with plenty of natural light, patterning in the carpet, and a lighter color palette. From the Nation's leadership, Chief Bear, a headdress photo has been transformed into a graphic wallpaper behind every room’s headboard. The sacred piece needed to be the focal point. In place of standard table lamps, designers used sleek Scout pendants above each nightstand. With a small 2.75” aperture, the 18” high black pendants are discreet while directing a narrow beam of light over the surface. The project has been a significant one for the Whitecap Dakota First Nation, bringing significant employment opportunities during construction and now in operations and management. It has generated a good deal of excitement and positive feedback, and the community is incredibly proud of the result. “Our team was honored to be a part of such an important project for Whitecap Dakota First Nation and to have created something special for the community” Tiessen said. “We are thrilled with how the lighting complements the architecture and supports the Indigenous themes throughout. Each fixture in place adds a lot of interest and depth to our design concept.” Project Name: Dakota Dunes Resort Hotel Location: Whitecap Dakota Unceded Territory, Saskatchewan, Canada Architect/Interior Design: aodbt architecture + interior design and LEMAYMICHAUD Architecture Design Eureka Agent: Titan Electrical Group Inc. Completed: October 2020 Photographer: king rose visuals
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A football pitch created with light: Superology uses lighting to showcase its brand A place where sport, the joy of participation, the creative spirit, and an enthusiasm for digital solutions meet is also a place in which light can be reimagined. In the new headquarter of technology company Superology in Zagreb, Zumtobel luminaires play a part in showcasing the brand. The features created by the Zumtobel lighting designers include a football pitch, an athletics track and a basketball net made of light. In addition to the visual features, Superology was also provided with premium quality work and safety lighting – with the option of controlling the complex lighting system independently. As sport software experts, Superology bring sports betting and games to your smartphone – they are pioneers of digitalisation and gamification in sport. The technology company took a similarly interconnected approach to the lighting of its new offices. Zumtobel's challenge was to create a lighting solution that combines maximum lighting quality, individual design and independent operability. To achieve this, Zumtobel's lighting designers equipped various rooms with customised lighting concepts inspired by different sports. They also created a sophisticated lighting management system, which allows Superology to independently control dimmable luminaires and privacy screen systems, and to create different lighting scenarios with LITECOM infinity. Zumtobel Services allowed the lighting specialists to offer project design of general and emergency lighting and turnkey delivery from a single source. Enthusiastic brand presence 'After collaborating with the architect and the interior designers it was decided to emphasise the company's passion for sport by using spaces to represent different games. In close consultation with Brigada, we designed a basketball room and a football room, as well as a reception modelled on an athletics track.' — Dinko Huljev, lighting designer at Zumtobel From a basketball net to a football pitch In the basketball room, Zumtobel used the LINARIA as a pendant luminaire, with light lines in different lengths creating the pattern of a basketball net. In the football room, SLOTLIGHT infinity slim and round ONDARIA pendant luminaires were used to represent the outlines of a typical football pitch – including the penalty area and centre line. In the lobby, an athletics track was created using the light line LINARIA in combination with a 3-phase track. 'Our lighting concept ties in directly with Superology's corporate philosophy and brand essence. This has made a lasting impression on the customer.' — Denis Biškup, Brand Manager Indoor & New Business Development CEE at Zumtobel Perfect conditions for VDU work Another key point of the collaboration was the luminaires' mix of excellent glare control and attractive design. After all, a large part of the work at Superology is carried out on screens, and the employees need optimal conditions in order to prevent eye strain. For the challenging visual tasks, Zumtobel installed LIGHT FIELDS III as pendant luminaires in the staff offices, as well as the SLOTLIGHT infinity slim. The general lighting in the offices is provided by the PANOS infinity downlights. Individual meeting rooms are fitted with the pared-back VAERO pendant luminaires, while the management offices are equipped with the minimalist LINETIK free-standing luminaires. The hallways of the office building are illuminated by the VIVO M spotlights on 3-phase tracks and the PANOS infinity downlights as pendant luminaires. The PANOS infinity downlights are also used in the bathrooms – and presence-controlled with the ED-SENSmultisensor. The moisture- and dust-resistant Aquaforce Pro luminaire from Thorn is installed in the storerooms, while safety lighting is provided by the RESCLITE PRO. Employees become light managers It was particularly important to Superology to be able to manage the light independently. 'Employees have full access to the lighting infrastructure not only in the individual offices, but also in the hallways and in the communal multi-purpose rooms. The luminaires can be adjusted according to the time of day and individual needs.' — Denis Biškup, Brand Manager Indoor & New Business Development CEE at Zumtobel Whether dimming/brightening, selecting light colour or operating lighting and privacy systems: the LITECOM infinity lighting management system can do it all, with the help of the CIRIA touchscreens installed in the management offices. The keyboard-based CIRCLE KIT control system is used in all the other rooms. The system uses tunableWhite to bring changing colour temperatures and the dynamics of natural light to Superology's premises. A one-stop shop for all lighting services From the initial idea to successful commissioning and turnkey handover, Zumtobel Services provided the lighting solution for Superology from a single source, true to the promise: "You take care of your core business, we take care of the rest." Light creates a distinctive brand identity Lighting quality, design, creativity and ease of use: the project in Zagreb shows that those who dare to reimagine light can create surprising and customised solutions. The smart, digital lighting concept for Superology shows both the customer's premises and their brand essence in the best light. Customer: Superology d.o.o., Zagreb Architect: Brigada, Zagreb Project year: 2021
Ile de Caen Redevelopment
Bespoke lighting ensemble to enhance identity and quality of redeveloped district The Caen Peninsula, a former industrial zone has been underused for many years. In 2010, the local authorities decided to implement an ambitious urban renewal project and convert 300 hectares of wasteland around the cities of Caen, Mondeville and Hérouville into sustainable neighbourhoods with a high quality of life. A masterplan was drawn up and one of the first sites to be rehabilitated was the 12 hectare “Ile de Caen” in 2017. This district opposite the port, surrounded by water, was redeveloped to create a significantly modern urban park to host many cultural and nautical events and to encourage active mobility with new pedestrian and cycle routes. The architect Michel Desvigne Agency and lighting designer, Agathe Argod wanted to break away from the classical lighting infrastructure found in surrounding areas. They wanted an unique space, both by day and by night. Collaborative relationship The lighting furniture and the quality of light had to be the same throughout the new park. With her lighting vision in mind, Agathe Argod designed the NIIL column and selected the POSS luminaire to complete the ensemble. She worked closely with Schréder STUDIO to ensure that the luminaire perfectly integrated this refined square column. Original lighting for a visually appealing landscape The NIIL column can integrate several luminaires with various optics depending on the configuration and the desired ambiance. The ensembles are installed as far back from the road as possible to create an clean, open and visually appealing landscape. In an even more original touch, the luminaires are positioned parallel to the road. They give the impression of "a small army of tin soldiers" explains Agathe Argod. The new ensemble integrates multiply sources of light to create a lively atmosphere while respecting dark sky regulations (ULOR <1%). Low energy LED lighting with maximum results A total of 67 NIIL + POSS ensembles were columns installed throughout the area; - 48 NIIL with 2 POSS luminaires at a height of 8m and one POSS at 6m; - 8 NIIL with POSS luminaires at a height of 6m, 8.5m and 11m and - 11 NIIL with POSS luminaires at a height of 4.5m. They deliver an average illuminance of between 15 and 20 lux on the road with a low energy consumption, reducing costs and CO2 emissions. The local authorities are delighted with the new installation, which perfectly complements the modern identity of the park and delivers a significant upgrade to the safety, quality and vibrancy of the city. Customer: Caen Council Architect: Michel Desvigne Agency Lighting design: Agathe Argod Photographer: Xavier Boymond

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Gaze Soft & Hard Edge
Introducing Gaze, an exercise in reductionism. Gaze promises smooth, even diffusion of light, and is available in a clean Hard Edge or a distinctively curved Soft Edge with an undeniably refined shape. Mix with Gaze acoustics for improved sound absorption. - 18˝ – 24˝ – 36˝ - Flush or ½˝ Stand-off Surface/Wall Mount (optional Top Glow) - Stylish cast aluminum canopies - Power over Aircraft Cable (PAC) eliminates power cord clutter - Mix direct and indirect light levels as desired - Hidden Wattstopper FM-105 Frequency Occupancy Sensor - Integral or Remote Emergency Battery - 18 Premium Colors, no set-up fees - Gaze Acoustics for improved sound absorption – in 20 vibrant colors.
BERRI
Eureka®, an established leader in decorative lighting solutions, has announced the release of its Berri architectural luminaire. Berri is a classic ball and seamless tube design that is available in more than 35 configurations to create many moods and looks. The luminaires bring elegance and charm to various settings, including office and informal meeting spaces, lobbies and transitional spaces, and hospitality environments. Berri offers an extensive array of design possibilities. Luminaires scale from 36" to 120," and in multiple form factors include angular, linear horizontal, linear vertical, hexagonal, square, and rectangle. With a unique loop gripper, these shapes can be installed at angles up to 60-degrees. Three standard finishes are available, including black or white in a rich fine textured finish and a new soft gold that gives warmth to the luminaire and enables designers to create a room's statement piece. Designers can select regular output (682 delivered lumens) or high output (1,160 delivered lumens) for each head. And luminaires may be configured with two to 12 heads each. Therefore, the total output for a given fixture can range from 1,364 delivered lumens to 13,920 delivered lumens. Berri is also white tunable from 2700K to 5000K. Berri is compatible with the nLight® AIR or nLight® Wired network control system to manage lighting throughout indoor spaces, reduce energy costs, and improve occupant comfort.
Absorb I
Made for areas with hard surfaces, tall windows and high ceilings, Absorb I is an acoustic luminaire that delivers form, style and sound absorption to an environment. DIVERSIFYING DESIGN Add standalone suspended luminaires to a space or create unique shapes by connecting fixtures at different angles. MADE TO FIT Designed with thermoformed felt, Absorb I has a unique, flanged profile that gives a slim look to the shape. It’s available in two product lengths for design options. LIGHT DISTRIBUTIONS Absorb I is available with uplight, downlight, dual light or no light. Direct lighting provides reduced glare while indirect distributions allow for more controled light. CREATE YOUR OWN DESIGN Through collaboration with our Design Assist team, create your own pattern with non-standard joiner angles, ranging from 90° to 180°. ACOUSTIC FELT COLORS Available in 30 color options, Absorb I has thermoformed felt panels used to absorb sound. nLIGHT® ENABLED Absorb I is available with nLight® AIR and nLight® Wired lighting control solutions.

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