Indoor en outdoor verlichting voor het kantoor van AFAS Software
The construction of the new office for AFAS Software in Leusden has been going on for several years and it's almost finished. This gigantic complex does not only consist of office spaces, but also includes an atrium, a restaurant and a theatre. For a large number of spaces and facades, OneEightyOne either delivered LED products or arranged the control system. Therefore, you can find our LED products both indoors and outdoors.
About the Project
When we got the call from Dutch Light Pro if we wanted to provide input for the technical execution of various light objects for their project, we immediately met with them to get a clear idea of their vision. Dutch Light Pro specified all of the objects that would come in the 44.562 m2 big office building. Our task was focused on all creative lighting components, such as a piece of "facade lighting", but also various special LED objects in the building.
Together with the clients, we came to the end result that took different sessions and lot of samples. Eventually, we could turn all the creative ideas into realistically feasible technical solutions, and within the budget. This gigantic project has been executed over a period of around 2 years.
Plug & play delivery
We prepared all of the solutions as easy as possible to install for Homij, the installer. Our team supported Homij with wiring diagrams and installation drawings. We also supported on location with the start-up of the installation and we took care of the entire programming of the system. All light objects were controlled by DMX and SPI with the DiGidot software that is connected to the building management system.
'This entire building is full of technology: light, sound, heat, solar energy, make it up. It's all anchored in the technology.'
Manager customer experience AFAS Software
From: AFAS Software Facebook
'What a unique project was this! We were involved at an early stage, which allowed us to think along optimally to achieve a seamless integration of the lighting in the building. Partly because of this, the result is really amazing! The pictures speak for themselves.'