In collaboration with lighting designer Daniel Jokesch from Ökoplan Energiedienstleistungen (Hartberg), architect Christoph Kaspar opted for square and linear Nimbus luminaires, some of which are integrated in the ceiling. Nimbus Modul L 196, Q 36 TT and Q 36 luminaires were used in the offices, corridors and showroom, with the showroom and conference rooms also being lit by Modul Q Project 900 and Q Project 600; the latter was also used in the suspended version. The Nimbus Q range, with its sheet of frosted acrylic glass, creates an atmosphere of well-being, even with a light colour temperature of 3000 kelvins as used in this project," explains Jokesch, who goes on to say: "The luminaires remain discreetly in the background yet still manage to impress with their design and quality."
Irrespective of their function, the experts consciously used the luminaires as design elements. "We set great store by the suitability of the individual products for deployment in different areas in order to create a uniform visual impression," explains Jokesch. The client, Andy Wolf, was also involved in the decision-making process and can strongly identify with Nimbus's corporate philosophy: "The high quality and finishing of the individual products also plays a key role in production at Andy Wolf. Christoph Kaspar, the architect, expressed his satisfaction with the overall result: "The architecture corresponds to the spectacle manufacturer's functional requirements, represents a self-confident enterprise and has become an element in the firm's corporate identity – a state of affairs embodied by the building's users on a daily basis."