BASKERVILLE HOUSE, BIRMINGHAM
Weston Williamson, 2016
Offering some of the largest floorplates in Birmingham, the Baskerville House comprises 6 floors and Weston Williamson have undertaken on Cat B refurb of 1st, 2nd and 4th floor, an impressive total of 7,500 m2.
used in the project was ranging from 6 m to 17 m, creating impressive long runs of uninterrupted light.
The slim linear profile Lopen enhances the architecture by creating a mirror effect in the glass walls of the atrium. The whole scheme is DALi dimmable allowing a full flexibility of use.
For the breakout spaces, the circular suspended fitting Talla was used in combination with the soft square suspended profile Tarras, bringing a visual interest into space and creating an area with a different light distribution. All lighting was supplied in white colour to enhance the contemporary feel of the building.
The result is a scheme with outstanding efficiency, sleek architectural look and comfortable lighting. The custom lighting system for suspended ceilings was delivered in time and works to expectation, as per the testimony below.
Came across 299 online, and got in touch on the phone, they were very responsive and happy to help out straight away, came over with some samples and we discussed the project. The level of technical support was very good, 299 were on hand to answer any questions and were proactive people to work with.
The service we received was a very positive experience.