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Glamox C30 is a range of light fittings based on a lighting concept, which gives an optimal balance between directed and diffused light. This unique optic system gives a shaded, efficient downlight with a balanced light distribution on the ceiling. The solution provides a comfortable working light with maximum effect and minimum glare.
C30-RIT is a recessed luminaire to be laid into an exposed T-grid ceiling. The white painted steel reflectors for indirect lighting provides a soft light that gives an illusion of a higher ceiling height. The body is in white painted steel with lamp house in aluminium.
This is a traditional variation designed for mounting in Tee profile ceilings with visible support bars. It comes with two different covers for further diffused light. With its simple design profile the C30-RIT is a safe design choice.
Most variants can be supplied with integrated LED emergency lighting (Standard, Self-Test or DALI) or different integrated sensors.
The Grand Canal Square Theatre and Commercial Development in Dublin features a 2,000-seat performing arts centre which is integrated into a commercial area via two office blocks that include 375,000-square-foot of leasable office and retail space. This is located at the heart of the Grand Canal Harbour development and creates a focal point for Grand Canal Square.
The iconic building was designed by world renowned architect Daniel Libeskind and has pushed the boundaries of design, balancing iconic architecture with the functional requirements of a state-of-the-art touring theatre.
The lighting in the building is controlled via Helvar 910/920 DALI lighting routers located on each floor in custom built enclosures. All luminaires with the exception of the stage lighting are DALI controlled via the Lighting management system.
Glamox have delivered 1200 + luminiares to this project
The entire project contruction cost Euro 200 million.