In 2011, the Imperial College London and Mubdala joined forces. The idea was to tackle diabetes in the UAE with a new healthcare center. We were asked to meet environmental requirements and provide functional lighting for healthcare workers.
As a center for healthcare, education, and research, the building would be home to a wide range of medical activities. The led panel lighting had to meet functional requirements, while incorporating the designer’s creative inputs. At the same time, it was paramount that the lighting system was totally energy efficient.
LED panel light was ready to inject some innovation into the building. To fill the workspaces with glare-free light, LEDALITE Pique recessed luminaires were selected for their semi-indirect beams and high light-output ratio. In the corridors, clear navigation was provided by LuxSpace LED luminaires. In communal areas, Dayzone LEDs were installed to provide refreshing, crisp illumination that is reminiscent of daylight.
The internal lighting system provides flexible, comforting light that gives medical staff the clear visibility they need. Outside of the building, the façade has been giving an inspiring appearance by ColorReach PowerCore led floodlights. Dynamic color effects enhance the splendour of the building, establishing it as an iconic landmark in the Emirate of Al Ain.
Contact Person: Mr. Hugh Hu
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