LED pendant and recessed luminaires from the Selux M series brings light to the entrance hall, traffic-calmed zones, research and seminar rooms at the Leuphana University.
The luminaires have been deployed in various lengths – from 40 cm to 24 metres – and equipped with various extras like LED spots, busbars and security lights.
Across wide areas, the modular M-family in profile widths of 60 mm and 100 mm were specified. Whether pendant or recessed, single luminaire or linear light fixture – the reserved, linear lighting solution ideally complements the minimalist architecture while at the same time ensuring pleasant, glareless light.
The M-family also enables optimal light quality in the spacious atrium, which is dynamically criss-crossed by stairs and bridges, and a high level of efficiency even at great heights.
A special feature of the linear light fixtures is the diagonal end brackets aligned parallel to the wall while the acrylic diffuser houses a special lens optics system with microsprims to reduce direct and indirect glare.
With their pointcast light, the spots built into the luminaire profile fitted with retrofit LED lamps provide further lighting design accents, while the luminaire’s functionality is supplemented by the full range of integrated optional extras such as 3-phase tracks, smoke detectors, DALI light control, presence and motion sensors and security lighting, enabling each individual lighting solution to be precisely geared to the relevant room situation and use.
Overall around 2,500 running metres of linear light fixtures are installed in various lengths, ensuring glareless general lighting in public spaces, corridors and seminar rooms.
Photos: Till Schuster
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