Zumtobel introduces ECOOS: the superior lighting choice for office and classrooms.
September 1st, 2009
Zumtobel introduces ECOOS, the lighting solution that provides a balance between environment, energy and the individual.
The ECOOS light – available as an individual luminaire or continuous row system – is suitable for an array of professional situations, particularly the office or classroom.
Zumtobel have created a product that combines architecture and light to achieve an atmosphere that optimally assists the learning and development processes, drawing on the relationship between seeing and learning.
ECOOS provides bright, glare-free light that aids concentration, invaluable for busy office workers or students sitting exams.
Indirect and direct light, even from the sides of the luminaire, ensures complete visual comfort. ECOOS provides quality lighting in morning and afternoon light, functioning to create a sense of security and well-being.
ECOOS is economically efficient and environmentally compatible as it provides all-round 360 degree light using just one light source. The lighting is also DALI-compatible for intelligent lighting management and has the potential for considerable energy savings.
The exterior of ECOOS enhances workspaces, with its textured surfaces finished off with shiny chrome end caps, while the MPO+ micro-pyramidal optic and perforated reflectors give ECOOS a crystal like appearance.
ECOOS’ rounded corners team consistent straight lines with soft contours to create a contemporary look.
Zumtobel is the Internationally leading supplier of integral lighting solutions. More information about ECOOS or other Zumtobel products can be found at zumtobel.com.au
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