How can non-physical design elements such as ‘light’ bring people together? Philips by LAVA uses “intelligent lights” in a parametric designed ‘tree’ to boost communication, creativity, interchange and wellbeing for staff and visitors.
May 29th, 2017
Durabella – Terrazzo Floor Covering
Moso – Bamboo decking, floor and wall tiles
Desso – Twist Carpet
Forbo Flooring – Marmoleum linoleum
Bolidt – Epoxy Coating
Reinweiss – Wall paint and woven wallpaper
Derako – Wooden ceiling
Fixed & Fitted
Basaltgrau – Aluminium screen frame
Ecophon – Ceiling islands and acoustic ceiling
Sphinx – Sink and closets
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