Lebanon-based design firm .PSLAB beirut recently has completed the Saradar Private Offices in Beirut- Lebanon.
+ Press release courtesy of .PSLAB beirut
Offices made up of three main double volume spaces featuring high glass facades onto the building central atrium; two symmetrical and identical entrances connected by a conference room.
We unified these spaces in the way they are perceived from the central atrium. In the two parallel entrances we created one unifying layer of lighting in the ceiling.
This layer was composed of a set of truncated conical light objects of diverse proportions. Each object houses a lamp deeply fixed inside its cavity.
The asymmetrical hole at the bottom of the conical shape determines the path of light casted. Seen from an elevation view, the rugged outline of these fixtures defines a false ceiling layer creating a surface of ambient light.
For the conference room we developed a set of suspended fixtures creating a new ceiling layer. The sharp edge on the disk-like fittings gives the impression of floating sheets, while the off-centered cavity enclosing two large bulbs reveals the objects’ real massiveness.
+ Project credits
Project: Saradar Private Offices
Design: .PSLAB beirut
Location: Beirut- Lebanon