Jordan Conference Room

    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

    Photo Credits: Simon Hurst Photography

    Conference room gets new visual impact

    The Jordan Conference Room, in an Oklahoma City marketing firm, was a large conventional meeting room that needed an updated look and functionality. Working with interior designer Malia Tate, head of the Interior Design Division at RBA Architects, the firm outlined a renovation plan that included a high-impact lighting system that employees could easily change to support different presentations and uses.

    Because the physical layout of the conference room makes access to fixtures difficult, Tate selected integrated LED luminaires from Color Kinetics, which afford long useful source life and zero-maintenance operation. To achieve the look of a professional yet innovative space and ensure high visual impact throughout the room, 28 ColorFuse Powercore luminaires are mounted behind white laminated glass at 3 m (10 ft) intervals. Each set of floor-to-ceiling laminated glass panels has one luminaire mounted on the floor, one on the ceiling, and one in the ceiling cloud hanging above the conference table. A Data Enabler Pro device receives data from an iPlayer 3 DMX controller and delivers integrated data and power to the ColorFuse Powercore luminaires, bringing the room to life with programmable color-changing light.

    The end result is exactly what the client asked for—a flexible lighting solution that provides dramatic mood lighting and high visual impact for presentations. Color Kinetics LED solutions transform the Jordan Conference Room from an ordinary meeting room into a state-of-the-art innovation center.
    Project credits

    Lighting Designer:

    Malia Tate

    RBA Architects


    Electrical Contractor:

    State Wide Electric


    Smith Lighting Sales, Inc.

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