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Sophisticated interiors in the cafeteria, winter garden, and elevator corridors provide a decorative counterpoint to the open office areas where a comprehensive daylight harvesting control system keeps the space illuminated by night and day.

Sophisticated interiors in the cafeteria, winter garden, and elevator corridors provide a decorative counterpoint to the open office areas where a comprehensive daylight harvesting control system keeps the space illuminated by night and day.

Sophisticated interiors in the cafeteria, winter garden, and elevator corridors provide a decorative counterpoint to the open office areas where a comprehensive daylight harvesting control system keeps the space illuminated by night and day.

Sophisticated interiors in the cafeteria, winter garden, and elevator corridors provide a decorative counterpoint to the open office areas where a comprehensive daylight harvesting control system keeps the space illuminated by night and day.

The first building in Latin America to receive Gold LEED certification, the 33-story HSBC Tower blends technological innovation while staying true to its Latin American roots. Sophisticated interiors in the cafeteria, winter garden, and elevator corridors provide a decorative counterpoint to the open office areas where a comprehensive daylight harvesting control system keeps the space illuminated by night and day.AL080305030L5.jpgCLICK TO VIEW IMAGE GALLERY.

General illumination for the double-height lobby entry is made possible by 35W ceramic HID downlights.

A mural depicting Mexican themes painted by Mexican artist Juan O'Gorman (1905-1982) is accented by 250W PAR38 incandescent fixtures that comply with museum and artwork illumination guidelines. Ambient light in the winter garden supplied by 35W ceramic HID downlights does not compete with the spectacular views of the mountains that surround Mexico City (left, bottom).

Ambient light in the winter garden supplied by 35W ceramic HID downlights does not compete with the spectacular views of the mountains that surround Mexico City.

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