Raiffeisen Market Niep
Lighting design: LED Linear
Customer: Raiffeisen Markt Niep
Location: Neukirchen-Vluyn, Germany
Product: XOOLUM 65°, XOOLUM WW
The Raiffeisen market in Niep is a modern specialist retail, which offers its clients a versatile range of products around the areas garden, equestrian, pet, zoo and food. In 2015, the lighting has been renovated and the entire market has been equipped with efficient linear LED lighting solutions. The change from T8 fluorescent lamps to LED technology provides energy savings of up to 63% (in the ON/OFF operation). Thus, 58,500 kWh can be saved in this market in a year.
In the outer aisles of the salesrooms XOOLUM with wall washer optic was used. This precision-crafted aluminum reflector optic provides a homogeneous brightness distribution. The sales areas are illuminated optimally for the customer.
The inner aisles and the checkout area are also lit by the XOOLUM. Here the 65 ° reflector optic was used, which is equally well suited for general lighting in the sales area and task lighting in the checkout area. It offers a wide, deep light distribution for accurate, generous area lighting. The sales areas and the counters in the checkout area are optimally illuminated with medium luminance levels. The light is directed so that tasks in the checkout area can be well done. The optics are also completely glare free (UGR>16) and provide a pleasant light for employees and customers in the market.
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By ✌ Robert Lights
Alessi, Beautiful Kitchenware Store Design
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Asymptote designed of the store’s interior architecture to reflect the brand's unparalleled reputation for innovation, quality and engagement in everyday life. As the Soho site is deep and relatively narrow Asymptote developed a sequence of spaces that are characterized and delineated by a geometric manipulation of the walls and ceiling that progresses through the length of the space. Integrated with the faceted geometry of the walls and ceiling, 'bands of light' are spaced at regular intervals throughout the store and function primarily as spatial thresholds between one interior module and the next.
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By Jamie A.
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The pedigree of talent behind this project reads like a fashion label with a design and construct team that spans from Tokyo and New York, to Singapore and Australasia. This video captures the inspired design, fitout and construction of this 48,000 sq m retail icon.
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The development also included a child care centre, reconstruction of the pedestrian bridge over Little Bourke Street, and a giant electronic media screen. Emporium Melbourne enables the city to reinforce its position as a world-class retail and cultural destination.