Anatomy of an award: IES illumination award of merit.
1 Linear direct/indirect pendants with 54-W T5 lamps illuminate the open office. Perimeter lights have daylight harvesting sensors.
2 Fluorescent T5s are also used for wall washing. "Lighting vertical surfaces makes the space seem brighter," says Waite.
3 A floating ceiling defines reception area. "We used cove lighting to really set off the ceiling," says Johnson.
4 Recessed in the floating ceiling, CFL downlights add visual interest. Light levels were lowered to accommodate video monitors.
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