A view of the building entrance. The atrium beyond separates the office and laboratory wings. Photovoltaic panels above are angled to balance energy production, self-shadowing, and solar shading.
In the atrium lobby, round, exterior-style luminaires are paired on custom brackets that also serve as the ballast enclosure.
The café serves the internal plaza area. The orange resin panels are washed by lights recessed in the soffit.
A view of the atrium. Downlights in custom-metal ceiling panels coordinate with the bridges and the stairs.
The magnetic resonance laboratory is a featured lab with a public aesthetic. Remote metal halide illuminators serve miniature fiber optic downlights to avoid metallic components and maintenance interruptions within the 24/7 facility.
Artist-designed colored glass installations in the office corridors are backlit by LED strips. 13W downlights in 6-inch metal ceiling strips organize the lighting within the corridors architectural spacing.
In the labs, the perimeter desks have LED tasklights and uplights that provide general and egress illumination.
Direct lighting is aligned above each lab bench to provide 60 footcandles where M/E/P services and 12-foot ceilings do not facilitate indirect lighting. A busway mounting system allows for different layouts and can function independent of the specific power feed locations.
White ceilings and concealed services in teaching labs allow pendant lights to downlight benches and also provide indirect light for the whiteboards.