Philips Lighting completes large dynamic LED lighting project for prestigious apartment and hotel complex in Wrocław Poland
Wrocław, Poland — Philips Lighting (Euronext Amsterdam ticker: LIGHT), a global leader in lighting, has implemented dynamic LED lighting for the prestigious apartment and hotel complex OVO Wrocław, in Wrocław, Poland. The building is equipped with over one kilometer of linear LED fixtures, 8,500 luminaries and 6,750 remote controlled modules.
The OVO Wrocław building includes apartments, is home to a Double Tree hotel by Hilton, office spaces, a casino and a fitness club. Located in the centre of Wrocław, the curved building features an open court and white façade equipped with over 300 meters of Philips Vaya Linear luminaires that provide a subtle embellishment, complementing the surrounding architecture. The LED lighting technology is designed and tailor-made to meet the specific requirements of the rooms, reception areas and façade.
The interior of the building is equipped with ceiling luminaires, Philips LuxSpace Accent, Philips StoreFlux and Philips Coreline downlights. These are computer controllable so that special light effects may be applied to transform the lobby, reception desk, restaurant, ballroom and foyer in the blink of an eye.
The lobby, restaurant and the ballroom also feature tailor-made Volcano luminaires, mounted to the ceiling and covered in uniquely shaped plaster frames. The Volcano luminaires contain 6,750 Philips Color Kinetics eW Flex Compact modules.
The interior luminaires are controlled using Philips Dynalite controls. Light scenes have been created to transform the spaces for any occasion by the simple tap of a LCG touch panel screen. Facility managers also enjoy a personalized interface and remote access capabilities.
The lighting in the public spaces of the building offer a warm hue in a range between 2700-3000K. Zones that are not accessible to guests feature luminaires with a color temperature of 4000K.
By adopting Philips LED lighting technology, the OVO Wrocław complex can save up to 60% of energy consumption in public zones, compared to conventional lighting.