The design team used textured black and white materials as the focal point to one of the most lucrative agencies for artists known today. The design features a distinguished architectural expression through elegance and quality of light.
A thirty foot diameter “chandelier” provides a strong counter point to the grand stair. In this space, one can choose to be in the light, or not. Both the elevator and floating stair are highlighted by color changing backlit glass walls. Full-scale, extensive mockups were done to ensure compatible systems. The day to day setting is white, filling the atrium with a sense of daylight, but at a moment’s notice, the experience of the illumination and the space can be transformed into an intimate warm setting.
- • Programmable light wall
- • Use of white light allowed for more effects using less power
- 240,000 square feet
- International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD)
- • Award of Excellence
- Illuminating Engineering Society (IES)
- • Illumination Award of Excellence
- Architectural Lighting Design Magazine
- • Award of Outstanding Achievement