Concept: This cube-shaped building incorporated wood and glass surfaces and required a multi-functional atmosphere, including offices, classrooms, seminar areas and conference rooms.
Challenge: Infuse even lighting throughout this cube-like structure, enabling it to glow at night like a lantern as light filters through the various glass walls.
Solution: RTLD’s lighting solution was based on a "Tetris"-like ceiling layout with different lines and corner shapes that used 3000K fluorescent light fixtures. The pattern created even lighting for all tasks areas, allowing both flexibility and uniformity within the building’s overall space.
Israel, Beit Yeoshua
Client: Tzionut 2000
Architect/Designer: A. Gottesman Arch. LTD
PHOTO: Amit Gron