Lighting from the consultancy company Wiko by LM5P - Le Mouton à 5 Pattes
Specialising in the marketing of mobile phones and smartphones, the Marseilles-based company Wiko naturally chose its home town to establish its head office.
The rehabilitation of these premises was carried out in several phases, level by level.
The particularity of this place is the creation of large open spaces along the length of the building. The lighting meets the various standards and recommendations for lighting the work spaces.
Two large continuous lines of light illuminate the entire space. Equipped with micro-prismatic diffusers, these products guarantee a UGR of less than 19.
Indirect lighting allows the space to be illuminated more evenly and therefore reduces the effect of excessively high contrast, which is tiring for the eye.
The entrance hall is the most recently refurbished area. The lighting in this area has been designed to be as discreet as possible, while at the same time being as conspicuous as possible. Indeed, most of the products recessed in the ceiling are luminaires without a collar to the repelled light source. Black luminaires on a black ceiling, the material disappears to give way to light.
Concealed by means of grooves or recesses, a complex system of RGBW LED ribbons creates a dynamic enhancement of the space.
Architect: 2Y Architecture
Lighting Designer : LM5P – Le Mouton à 5 Pattes
Photo credit: Christophe Pozzo di Borgo
Brands used: Arkoslight, Axolight